Areas of light snow will impact our morning and afternoon commutes in parts of Central Montana.
Snow mostly sticks to the Rocky Mountain Front and out into the Central Montana Plains.
A skiff of snow is possible for the North-Central Hi-Line, but a cloudy and dry day will be in store for the Northeast.
Overall, 1-3 inches of accumulation is expected in lower elevations with higher amounts of snow possible in some localized areas and in the foothills of northwest facing slopes.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect until 6 PM for those areas that will see snow through the evening.
We are only a week away from Spring!
As snow moves out today, high pressure starts to build into the Treasure State.
Tomorrow we will see immediate changes from the high pressure like warmer and drier conditions.
Sunny skies and a warming trend are forecasted as we head into the first day of Spring next Wednesday.
Spring promises to bring relief from the bitterly cold Winter we had here.
Montana Department of Transportation resources:
- Road conditions map
- MDT webcams across Montana
- Non-MDT webcams across Montana
- Road conditions mobile app
- Reported crashes/slide-offs
STORMTracker Weather resources: