Our work week is off to pretty good start!
Temperatures are near normal, the skies are mostly clear, and the winds are nice and light.
Our weather won't change much Monday night, but we will see some changes Tuesday.
Overnight, expect skies to remain clear and winds to remain light.
That means we'll be getting a little chilly, with low temperatures in the teens and 20s.
Temperatures will be increasing Tuesday, with highs in the 40s and 50s, but winds will be increasing as well.
Winds will be breezy by the afternoon, and very strong by the evening.
A High Wind Watch will in effect for parts of North Central Montana late Tuesday into early Wednesday.
Gusts as high as 60 miles per hour are possible, with even stronger gusts along the Rocky Mountain Front.
Winds will be strong enough to lead to issues with blowing snow and dirt, which may impact travel.
We'll also see clouds increase from west to east through the day Tuesday as the winds intensify.