Jan 6, 2013 8:13 PM by Forecaster Claire Anderson
An upper level trough continues to move through western Montana this evening and will be in eastern Montana by tomorrow morning.
Wind chill will be a factor for tonight and tomorrow temperatures as the wind sticks around for the next few days.
This trough brought the sunshine and warmer temps, but more moisture and clouds are on the way for tonight and tomorrow.
Small pockets of moisture mixed with an upslope flow have produced some scattered snow showers along the Rocky Mountain Front.
The next storm system to bring snow into our area will move in tomorrow afternoon and evening.
Pacific moisture will bring increased chances of snow along the Divide as well as the central plaines, and southwest valleys.
Snow and rain mix is possible for lower elevations including Great Falls through Choteau county.
Precipitation should taper off by late Monday and with mostly dry conditions for Tuesday.
Breezy to windy conditions will continue on Tuesday through Wednesday, with gusty winds along the Rocky Mountain Front.
Through the end of the week and into the weekend North Central Montana will be seeing light snow showers and cold temperatures.
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