Light snow expected on and off this week with a few dry days mixed in

Slick passes expected
Posted at 12:40 PM, Nov 23, 2020

MISSOULA — A few light snow showers early on Monday morning left roadways slick in some spots across Northwest Montana and parts of HWY 93.

Lolo and Lookout Pass will see snow into Monday evening while valleys may see a snowflake or two, but impacts are mainly limited to western passes.

Light snow lingers in passes Tuesday.

Highs stay in the mid to low 30s in valleys, but we stay snow-free.

We even have some chances of seeing a few peeks of sunshine Tuesday afternoon in West-Central and Southwest Montana.

Northwest Montana looks to stay overcast Tuesday afternoon.

Tuesday night more changes move back in.

Widespread cloud cover moves in, and our next system brings a push of moisture back into Western Montana Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.

Lolo and Lookout pass will see the highest snow totals with 2-5” where slick roads are expected once again.

Another skiff/ light accumulation is possible for valleys Wednesday morning.

Wind will also pick up Wednesday, so blowing and drifting snow will reduce visibility on slick roadways and travel concerns are elevated through this time.

Thanksgiving looks to be mostly cloudy with a few light snow showers.

Friday widespread sunshine returns, and highs jump to the upper 30s and low 40s!