It's going to be another cold night! Overnight lows are expected to be in the teens and 20s.
However, with warmer air pushing in, most of us will see our low temperature around midnight, then slow warming in the overnight hours.
Temperatures will remain below freezing through the night. That means as the sun goes down wet, slushy roadways are likely to refreeze and become slippery again overnight and into Thursday morning. Check road conditions before heading out!
A warmer air mass building in and lots of sunshine will bring us a nice day for Thursday! Most of us will see highs in the mid to upper 40s, but cooler temperatures are expected along the Hi-Line and in Northeast Montana. Winds will be breezy along the Rocky Mountain Front.
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