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7 DAY FORECAST
HOURLY
19
Broken Clouds
Tuesday-
Partly Cloudy
33
25
20%
33
25
Partly Cloudy
Precipitation20%
Wind3mph WSW
Humidity90%
UVLow
Wednesday-
Rain/Snow
37
26
20%
37
26
Rain/Snow
Precipitation20%
Wind4mph SE
Humidity78%
UVLow
Thursday-
Snow
32
20
50%
32
20
Snow
Precipitation50%
Wind3mph SSE
Humidity87%
UVLow
Friday-
Light Snow
30
20
30%
30
20
Light Snow
Precipitation30%
Wind4mph SSW
Humidity92%
UVLow
Saturday-
Snow
31
24
20%
31
24
Snow
Precipitation20%
Wind4mph SSE
Humidity83%
UVLow
Sunday-
Rain/Snow
37
29
40%
37
29
Rain/Snow
Precipitation40%
Wind5mph SSW
Humidity94%
UVLow
Monday-
Rain/Snow
39
26
20%
39
26
Rain/Snow
Precipitation20%
Wind5mph SE
Humidity78%
UVLow
RIGHT NOW
Precipitation10%
Wind0mph SE
Humidity84%
UVLow
Visibility9 miles
23
0%
23
0%
23
0%
24
0%
27
10%
29
20%
30
20%
32
20%
33
20%
33
20%
33
20%
32
0%

Latest Weathercast

WEATHERCAST

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Latest Forecast


A weak ridge of high pressure will set up across this region. This means dry skies as our next weather makers begins to advance into the region. Snow showers will arrive late Tuesday and into Wednesday. During this time frame, the Flathead and Mission valleys will see up to 4 inches of snow. Snow may transition to rain during the day Wednesday as high temperatures are expected in the mid to upper 30s.

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY from 5 PM Tuesday to 5 PM Wednesday for the Kootenai/Cabinet Region. Total snow accumulations of 2 to 5 inches possible for Libby, Eureka and Stryker. Localized higher amounts in extreme northwest Montana near the Yaak region. The worst conditions will be around the Wednesday morning commute for the advised locations.

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is also posted for the Lower Clark Fork Region. Total snow accumulations of 2 to 5 inches in Plains, Thompson Falls, and Trout Creek. Localized amounts up 10 to 12 inches in the mountains including Lookout Pass, are expected. Lookout Pass will experience the worst of the conditions with brief periods of heavy snow and low visibility Wednesday morning.

The daily threat of snow will continue with another round of snowfall occuring area-wide Thursday as a cold front will move through and allow temperatures to fall slightly as well. It does not appear this system will bring heavy accumulations to any valleys, but light accumulations are likely across all western Montana valleys.

Moisture will continue to stream in from the Pacific Friday and Saturday, allowing for continued chances of snow. It appears the heaviest accumulations will occur in west central and NW portions of the state.

SUNRISE
08:10:18 am
SUNSET
05:25:19 pm

Today's Record Temperatures

Record High55
F
Record Low-5
F