Hazardous travel possible this afternoon as heavy snow moves in

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Highs will hit mainly the 30s in Southern Montana and Northern Wyoming.

Not expecting significant snow but it could be enough to slow the Monday morning commute across parts of northern CT.

Much colder air will move in for the weekend.

Wednesday night, there will be a 30 percent chance of rain and snow, with a low of 23, according to the weather service.

Dry conditions persist throughout the evening hours today, so it will be a nice break from all that insane weather we have been seeing.

Rain chances return to the mountains late tonight.

Highs today will reach the lower 40s
Highs today will reach the lower 40s

Tuesday is looking pretty nice, with partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the 40s.

The work week will feature more unsettled weather with a series of disturbances that will deliver several rounds of rain and snow. Less than a tenth of an inch of rain expected. By Wednesday we'll be tracking another system that will likely bring us mixed precipitation in the form of rain, sleet and snow.

Today: Mostly cloudy. Heavy snow possible in the afternoon.

Tuesday's forecast calls for a daytime high temperature of around 43 degrees before a 30% chance of snow overnight, starting around midnight.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Areas of rain and storms. Rain will taper off this evening with mostly cloud skies and lows in the mid 40s tonight. Highs will be in the lower 50s. Northwest Montana looks to stay mostly dry today with cloudy skies overhead. Highs Sunday look to range from near 50 north to near 60 south where there might be a bit of sunshine.

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