First Alert 48 Hour Forecast

Some cloud cover has helped keep things cooler on this Saturday, but we will not have that issue tomorrow. Expect highs to be well above 60 degrees with plenty of sunshine. A few areas will hit 70 degrees.

Tuesday sees the return of wet and windy weather as a system currently off the Alaskan coast pushes colder air into the state during the afternoon. Expect breezy winds and rain becoming widespread by the evening.

Snow levels will drop into valleys around the area Tuesday night as showers continue. Expect slick travel over mountain passes starting Wednesday and lasting into the weekend. It should be quite breezy on Wednesday as well.

Snow showers will mix in with rain, sleet, and graupel as weak systems move across the state Wednesday through next weekend. Temperatures by the end of the week will only reach up into the 40s during the day and will drop into the 20s and night.

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Mark Heyka

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Matt Gray

Matt joined the NBC Montana weather team in July 2013 and fell in love with the Montana lifestyle.