Montana Ag Network Weather
Extreme cold will continue for the first portion of this week.
Snow flurries will take us into the first part of the weekend before tapering off Saturday afternoon.
Hit and miss snow flurries will continue into the weekend and clear skies are leading to bitterly cold overnight lows.
Sporadic flurries and below average temperatures continue this week for most of Montana.
Snow flurries will clear up throughout Central Montana on Tuesday, but continue for the southern portions of the state.
Light snow over the weekend leads to heavy snow Monday and Tuesday.
Temperatures will remain a bit more mild on Friday, before cooling off again this weekend.
Snow will continue to taper off and move out of the region on Thursday.
Snow is already beginning to moving through Central Montana.
Blowing and drifting snow will be the main talking point on Wednesday.
Temperatures continue to trend well below normal this week for most of Montana.
Snow will continue to make it’s way through Montana on Friday.
Extreme cold will continue to increase the newborn livestock threat in Northeastern Montana.
Forecast models remain very inconsistent with the anticipated snow totals over the next few days.
Snow is on track to move into Montana late Tuesday into Wednesday, with a second batch of moisture early Friday.