BOZEMAN - A wintry mix of precipitation will continue to impact SW Montana Wednesday afternoon and evening. Snow accumulations should be on the light side but there is enough potential for snow over mountain passes to produce slow go travel at times this evening.
Flow aloft is out of the SW and that is lifting moisture up into Montana but a broad upper level trough over the Pacific NW is also sitting over most of Montana producing cooler than temperatures for another couple of days.
Moisture will begin to dry up Thursday but the cooler air will linger over the region Thursday and begin to moderate by Friday. Temperatures will not reach normal levels until early next week.