Winds once again become an issue this week.
Montana Ag Network Weather
Snow moves back into the forecast tomorrow
A break in wind coming Sunday
Winds will continue to be an issue on Thursday, although not quite as widespread and strong as what we saw on Wednesday.
Dangerous wind gusts are expected again today along the Rocky Mountain Front.
High winds are expected throughout Central Montana on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Strong winds will take us through the first portion of this week.
High pressure will offer up a break from the cold this weekend.
High pressure remains the big talking point on the weather scene.
A cold air mass continues to blanket Montana, keeping daytime high temperatures well below freezing.
The cold air mass that moved in this past weekend will hang on for a few more days. High temperatures are expected to remain below
Cold conditions will take us through the first portion of our work week.
Snow and cold is on track to impact Montana Friday night and last through the weekend.
Early forecast models are suggesting that most of Central Montana will pick up between three to six inches of snow through Sunday.
A few more days of above average temperatures are on tap for most of Central Montana.
Strong winds with occasional gusts over 75 mph are expected on Tuesday.
A strong high pressure ridge will build over Montana on Monday.
Pacific moisture will meet up with an arctic air mass moving south from Canada Friday night.
Rain and snow return Friday into Saturday
High pressure keeps us dry through tomorrow