A disturbance on the upper level could bring more isolated snow showers this morning with some fog. Otherwise the day will bring us a mix of sun and clouds.
Temperatures will remain above freezing this afternoon, which will continue to cause flooding for most locations in north-central Montana due to ongoing snowmelt.
According to the Great Weather National Weather Service: Well-known flooded and closed roads are … near Snake Creek … New Hope Road south to Cline Road. Close to 3 Mile Coulee and the surrounding drainages … Bowes Road. Supported drainage has also closed River Road. Other county roads can be temporarily flooded due to flooding.
The winds will rise overnight overnight tomorrow. A high wind guard was issued for winds of 30-40 mph and gusts of up to 60 mph or more.
More chances for the precipitation move tomorrow for the beginning of the Easter weekend. It will start as a mix of rain and snow in the lower altitudes. A cold front moves in the evening and will pass in all snow.
Snowfall will generally be 1
Due to windy conditions, snowdrift and snowdrift will also play a role.
A winter storm clock was issued on the Rocky Mountain Front due to potentially heavy snow.
Also on Friday afternoon, temperatures will drop as the cold front gets through and overnight lows will fall in the single digits and teenage years.
It is possible to have snow showers on Saturday mornings. The high temperatures will be well below average on Saturday.
For your Easter Sunday, the STORMTracker weather team has a slight chance of rain and snow showers, but otherwise it will be mostly cloudy in the 1930s and 1940s.  We will keep you informed during this fickle weather pattern.
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