Many of us warmed up Tuesday, but we're still tracking some cold temperatures in Northeast Montana.
The good news is, the arctic air mass clipping the Treasure state will be slowly moving out over the next few days.
As that colder air moves out, warmer air moves in!
Lows Wednesday morning will range from the 20s, to as low as the single digits in Northeast Montana.
Highs will range from near 40 in Great Falls and Helena, to upper teens near Glasgow.
Warmer spots will also see some gustier winds.
We'll also see some snow showers in Northeast Montana on the the leading edge of the cooler air.