Latest Forecast: Scattered Rain & Snow Showers Through Monday

Posted April 09, 2018

Cloud will return late in the day as another round of light showers pushes though Sunday night, but thankfully this will be the last bit of rain we'll see for the coming week. For the rest of the area, skies are mostly cloudy early, then becoming partly sunny by afternoon. Unfortunately lower 40s are all the better we'll be able to do for afternoon highs.

The Bermuda Weather Service has issued a Small Craft Warning valid through Monday morning, and their forecast for Sunday says, "Increasingly cloudy with showers peaking towards the evening".

Tuesday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 52. It just didn't snow long enough, hard enough or get cold enough, fast enough for snow to reach deeper in the valley, or for a more widespread, bigger snow to occur across the region. Other than Thursday's glorious high of 65, daytime temperatures since April 1 have been stuck in the 30s and 40s.

Tomorrow: A rather breezy and gloomy day is in store for us tomorrow with a high of 49 degrees.

Our torturous cold Spring continues on, at least for a few more days. Temperatures for tonight will fall into the 30s which will transitions the light rain into snow showers. Highs today will range from the the low 50's in the valleys of southwest Montana to only the 30's in northwest Montana and areas along the divide.

Clouds will grow back in tonight as we'll likely deal with a few light spotty showers after midnight. It will finally start feeling more like Spring as we start warming up to the upper 50s by Tuesday to upper 60s on Wednesday.

The extra moisture has also led us to a cooler start to the warm weather season.