Weather Alert List (Alphabetical by County)

Missoula Daily Forecast

  • Wednesday

    15° /
    Partly Cloudy 10%
  • Thursday

    17° / -3°
    Light Snow 30%
  • Friday

    30° / 12°
    Snow 90%
  • Saturday

    31° / 23°
    Light Snow 40%
  • Sunday

    30° / 21°
    Snow 70%
  • Monday

    28° / 22°
    Snow 60%
  • Tuesday

    18° / 15°
    Partly Cloudy 20%
  • Wednesday

    16° /
    AM Snow Showers 40%

Kalispell Daily Forecast

  • Wednesday

    12° / -2°
    Partly Cloudy 10%
  • Thursday

    11° / -12°
    Snow Showers 30%
  • Friday

    19° /
    Snow 80%
  • Saturday

    22° / 10°
    Snow Showers 40%
  • Sunday

    27° / 13°
    Snow 60%
  • Monday

    24° / 19°
    Snow Showers 40%
  • Tuesday

    14° / 12°
    Partly Cloudy 20%
  • Wednesday

    15° /
    AM Snow Showers 30%

Bozeman 8 Day Forecast

  • Wednesday

    / -9°
    Partly Cloudy 10%
  • Thursday

    16° / -9°
    Mostly Cloudy 20%
  • Friday

    32° / 16°
    Light Snow 50%
  • Saturday

    31° / 23°
    Light Snow 40%
  • Sunday

    26° / 17°
    Light Snow 3%
  • Monday

    29° / 18°
    Light Snow 30%
  • Tuesday

    19° / 16°
    Light Snow 30%
  • Wednesday

    16° /
    Partly Cloudy 20%

Butte 8 Day Forecast

  • Wednesday

    / -12°
  • Thursday

    10° / -18°
  • Friday

    29° /
  • Saturday

    24° / 15°
  • Sunday

    26° / 11°
  • Monday

    28° / 14°
  • Tuesday

    16° /
  • Wednesday

    20° /

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Weather News

Dangerous wind chill, snow possible

Arctic air continues to invade the northern Rockies. North northeast winds 10 to 20 mph with gusts to 30 mph will bring wind chills down from 0 to 35 below zero. A WIND CHILL ADVISORY is posted until noon Wednesday for most of western Montana.

Strong north winds will help produce a band of snow on the south side of Flathead Lake where a WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is posted from until 5 pm Wednesday. Snow will develop from Big Arm to Polson to Finley Point. Snowfall of 1 to 3 inches will be possible, with locally higher amounts of 6 inches.

Another storm system will impact the region late Thursday and Friday. Moisture will over run the cold arctic air, bringing widespread snow. Accumulations will be likely with this, especially west of the divide. Travel over mountain passes will be impacted by heavy snow. Snow accumulations on Lookout, Lolo, and Lost Tail passes level will be measured by the foot!

Temperatures will stay cold through Thursday with highs in the single digits and teens, lows will be in the single digits to below zero. Temperatures will be back in the 20s to lower 30s by Friday.

However, models indicate another surge of arctic air next week preceded by accumulating snow Sunday and Monday.