We're still seeing a couple of chilly spots along the Hi-Line Monday afternoon.
We're also seeing some very warm spots.
Great Falls and Lewistown are both reporting temperatures in the 50s!
The warm up we've been enjoying shows no sign of stopping.
Cloudy skies Monday night will keep overnight lows warmer than average, ranging from the mid teens in Northeast Montana to the lower 30s in Central Montana.
Skies will gradually clear through the day Tuesday.
Temperatures will be very nice once again, with temperatures reaching at least the mid 30s, and as warm as 50 degrees near Great Falls and Lewistown.
With above freezing temperatures in the forecast we will be monitoring river levels closely.
Ice jams may form as river ice breaks apart, so the potential for flooding is higher than usual.
Ice jams are unpredictable however, so it cannot be said exactly if, or when, ice jams will cause flooding.