BOZEMAN – A Pacific storm system is passing through Montana tonight into early Wednesday morning producing scattered rain or snow for lower valleys and minor snow accumulations across most mountain ranges.
This system will bring some minor travel issues to the region with wet roads turning icy especially at pass level and possibly down in the lower valley floor.
Temperatures have been increasing nicely all day and should continue to hold near to slightly above normal tonight with clouds and showers. Daytime highs will be slightly cooler than normal Wednesday but rising into the upper 40s to mid 50s Thursday into Friday.
Another weak Pacific storm system will roll over Montana Friday evening into Saturday with scattered showers, gusty winds, and cooler temperatures by Saturday morning. So be prepared for possible icy roads again Friday night into Saturday morning.