Weather Alert List (Alphabetical by County)

Missoula Daily Forecast

  • 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%
  • Thursday

    13° / -4°
    Snow Showers 50%
  • Friday

    / -2°
    Mostly Cloudy 20%

Kalispell Daily Forecast

  • 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%
  • Thursday

    13° / -3°
    Partly Cloudy 10%
  • Friday

    / -8°
    Mostly Cloudy 10%

Bozeman 8 Day Forecast

  • 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%
  • Thursday

    16° / -5°
    Snow Showers 40%
  • Friday

    10° / -3°
    Mostly Cloudy 20%

Butte 8 Day Forecast

  • Friday

    29° /
  • Saturday

    24° / 15°
  • Sunday

    26° / 11°
  • Monday

    28° / 14°
  • Tuesday

    16° /
  • Wednesday

    20° /
  • Thursday

    19° / -4°
  • Friday

    / -15°

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Winter weather impacts the Friday morning commute

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES through Saturday for Beaverhead, Madison, Jefferson, Broadwater, and Gallatin counties in southwest Montana. WINTER STORM WATCH through Sunday for Lookout Pass.

It's a cold start this morning with areas of snow. So far, accumulations have been light. Snow-covered roads are reported from along highway 93 from Evaro Hill to Lost Trail Pass and along I-90 from Missoula to Three Forks. Scattered snow and ice are covering the roads in Bozeman.

We get a little bit of a break from snowfall midday before another round moves in during the late afternoon. Between 5 pm Friday and midnight Saturday will likely be the period of heaviest snowfall with another few inches of valley snowfall region-wide.

Showers continue off-and-on early Saturday with warmer conditions. Highs will reach the low 30s and upper 20s through the weekend. This snowfalll will be less widespread and less intense with the best chance for snow in northwest Montana.

Another arctic front will approach our area from the north on Sunday, causing widespread mountain snow, especially later in the day and overnight into Monday. Sunday afternoon and the Monday morning drive will likely see impacts from accumulating snow in the valleys ahead of another cold week.