Feb 4, 2014 2:05 PM by MTN Meteorologist Matt Jones
A major Arctic Outbreak will continue to bring some bitterly cold air to Montana over the next couple of days.
Remember back to early/mid December when we had those extremely cold temperatures? Well, we could see that again through midweek.
Most of us are waking up this morning to readings well below zero and it should stay below zero through the afternoon.
Wind chill values will continue to drop from 20 to 30 below and Wind Chill Advisories remain in effect for much of the region.
Overnight, cold air will continue to pour southward from Canada with air tempertures plummeting down from 20 to 30 below. When you factor in just a bit of wind, this will send wind chill values down to dangerously cold levels of 35 to 50 below zero!
It doesn't look like we'll warm above zero until late Thursday afternoon. Have a great day and stay warm!