Isolated and light showers are expected for the morning in portions of southwest Montana. Temperatures are cool enough for the morning that a rain/snow mix is possible followed by periodic valley rain through the early afternoon. Highs will be near the 50 degree mark for the afternoon as skies begin to clear for the evening.
BOZEMAN: High: 46; Low: 30. Light rain and snow showers are expected through the early afternoon. Those showers are not expected to significantly impact driving conditions in the valley, though there could be reduced visibility and slick spots on Bozeman Pass.
BUTTE: High: 46; Low: 27. Spotty showers are possible during the morning hours with clearing skies for the afternoon and evening.
DILLON: High: 51; Low: 28. Mainly dry and mostly cloudy for the morning before skies clear for the afternoon.
WEST YELLOWSTONE: High: 40; Low: 16. Partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies for the first half of the day. Look for mild conditions for the afternoon before skies clear and temperatures drop to the teens this evening.
ANOTHER COLD FRONT BY WEDNESDAY:
Another cold front is expected to move through western Montana late on Tuesday and into Wednesday. While there are not a lot of potential for snow, there may be a few spotty winter showers early on Wednesday morning. Highs will go from 30s on Wednesday back to the 40s by Thursday.