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Snow possible as cold front moves in mid-week

1 to 4 inches expected for most
Posted at 2:58 PM, Apr 13, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-13 18:35:10-04

Happy Monday everyone! A northerly flow will remain over North Central Montana for the next several days allowing for our afternoon temperatures to stay below normal through Thursday.

Temperatures will fall down to around 23 degrees tonight with partly cloudy skies with only a slight chance of snow.

On Tuesday, temperatures will warm up to around 49 degrees with cloudy skies. An upper level disturbance will allow for the chance of snow showers to increase Tuesday night through Wednesday morning.

Accumulations look to be anywhere from 1 to 4 inches possible for the lower levels and 5 to 10 inches possible for the mountains.

A Winter Weather Advisory is likely to be issued.

We could still see a couple of flurries Thursday morning; however, the sun will start to make an appearance for a partly cloudy day.

Warmer temperatures with a few spring showers are in the forecast for the weekend!