It was a VERY cold start to our work week!
Overnight temperatures fell as low as -30 north of Havre Sunday night, with much of North Central Montana seeing temperatures below zero!
Some of us are still dealing will below zero temperatures Monday afternoon.
As the suns sets, you can expect to see temperatures cool a little, but a southwest wind will begin to warm us up later tonight.
Still, lows will range from as cold as below zero to as warm as 30 degrees.
The warming trend will continue into Tuesday.
Highs will be in the upper 30s to mid 40s.
Unfortunately, it won't be the nicest day.
Rain is expected to develop through the day, and turn to snow by Tuesday night.
Freezing rain will also be possible.
In general, snow accumulations will be less than an inch at lower elevation, with a few inches possible in the mountains.
Given the winter weather, the National Weather Service in Great Falls has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Liberty, Hill, Blaine, Chouteau, Judith Basin, and Fergus County from Tuesday afternoon until early Wednesday morning.