BOZEMAN – In the wake of a strong cold front that passed through Montana Sunday night temperatures have been colder Monday and a NW flow aloft is producing scattered snow showers.
Areas of snow could have a minor impact on traveling Monday night into Tuesday morning. Most roads are wet Monday afternoon and with scattered snow developing most roadways will reman wet. After sunset tonight temperatures will fall below freezing with wet roads turning icy.
Snow accumulations should be light around 1”-3” for most valleys and possibly several inches over most mountain passes tonight into Tuesday morning.
A warm front will pass through on Wednesday. This will produce a pattern change with warming temperatures, a few rain or snow showers and gusty winds. Temperatures will roll back up into the 40s and could hit the lower 50s by the end of the week.