BOZEMAN – A fast moving Pacific storm system will pass through Montana Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday morning.
With a westerly flow aloft temperatures will begin to moderate as early as Tuesday for SW Montana, however, remaining on the cold side again tonight.
A quick shot of mostly snow is possible Tuesday evening into Wednesday morning especially for mountain passes. This could have a minor impact on your Wednesday morning commute.
Northcentral counties of Montana (Havre to Lewistown) could see several inches of snow and a greater impact on travel Tuesday evening into Wednesday. The National Weather Service did issue a Winter Weather Advisory for this region.
Another system will pass through Friday evening and again a quick shot of overnight precipitation is possible to start your weekend.
The cold arctic air that hit Montana on Sunday is rolling downstream rapidly heading into the Great Lakes region tonight and New England states by Wednesday.