Shower threat through the end of the week

Unsettled Weather

FLOOD ADVISORY continues through Wednesday for northern Gallatin, Broadwater and Jefferson Counties in southwest Montana, including the Bozeman area. Snow melt will bring minor flooding to some areas.

Our next weather maker, a Pacific storm system, will move begin to impact the region today. Increasing cloudiness Wednesday with valley rain and high elevation snow are expected. An isolated thunderstorm will be possible across far southwest Montana. Highs will be in the 40s for Missoula and Kalispell. Butte and Bozeman will see temperatures reaching into the 50s.

Rain will mix with snow tonight and early Thursday. Those with travel plans should continue to monitor the forecast. Lost Trail Pass, Homestake Pass, MacDonald Pass, Marias Pass, Seeley Lake, Georgetown Lake and Butte, could see several inches of snow.

The showery weather may continue into the weekend. Additional snow accumulations will be possible in the higher elevations of southwest Montana. Highs will remain in the 40s. More of the same can be expected for next week.

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