North-central Montana will see a slight decrease in wind gusts and sustained winds today.
Heavy snow is falling west of the Continental Divide, but east of the Divide will be much drier due to westerly flow.
We have two days of active weather ahead of us. As a disturbance moves through today, areas west of the Continental Divide will receive snow, while
Today will be relatively calm for north-central Montana, but changes will move in starting Tuesday.
The bitter chill that descended upon Montana this week will start to subside this weekend.
They arrived at the shelter separately, but became fast friends.
Bundle up and get ready for another day of below-freezing temperatures.
Winter temperatures have arrived and they’re here to stay, at least for tomorrow.
If you complain that you’re “freezing” today, you’re not exaggerating.
Snowfall moving through north-central Montana this morning is very light.
Today will be similar to Monday in that high temperatures won’t reach above freezing for most folks.
After snow rolled through this weekend, this week will be fairly quiet.
The first weekend of December is kicking off with some significant snow.
Turkey is a very shy little guy.
The first weekend of December will arrive with some wintry weather.