BOZEMAN – West to SW flow aloft continues to pave the way for Pacific storms to pass through the Pacific NW and Northern Rockies.
For SW Montana scattered snow is possible with a front Wednesday night into Thursday. This storm will produce disorganized bands of snow and that means scattered off and on snow is possible locally with mountain passes having a higher probability of snow but lower valleys could see light snow as well.
The second Pacific front will likely do the same Friday night into Saturday night. These two fronts will keep temperatures near to slightly below normal through the weekend.
Looking at next week's pattern temperatures will moderate and rise above normal and could jump up into the mid 40’s.