We are kicking off our midweek commute slightly warmer than we’ve seen in a few days- at least in Central Montana.
The Northeast Hi-Line is still feeling the frigid temperatures this morning and are still under a Wind Chill Advisory until 9 AM this morning.
Wind Chill values in these areas could reach wind chill values of 30 below zero at times.
Snow continues to develop over Central Montana this morning.
Isolated snow showers kick off the afternoon, but snow bands become slightly more organized this evening.
The main timing of high snow totals will be this evening through early tomorrow morning.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect through tomorrow for Central and Southwest Montana and are highlighted in blue below:
A cold front moving through the state is kicking off the development of these snow showers, and temperatures take a drop tomorrow after the cold front moves through.