Tonight and Sunday
Prepare for some chilly weather tonight, but that will be far from the theme after about 10 AM tomorrow. Lows will fall into teens and single digits overnight. Higher elevation cities like West Yellowstone may drop below zero. Tomorrow, there will be widespread highs in the 30s and 40s. With temperatures expected to be several degrees above freezing tomorrow, more melting is expected. Due to widespread snow melt, standing water has been reported by emergency management in Broadwater County which has prompted a flood advisory. If you're driving and see standing water on the roadways, turn around and find an elevated alternate route that isn't prone to flooding. NEVER drive through flood waters!
For at least the first part of next week, the high pressure ridge we discussed earlier today will continue to build. This will help influence above average temperatures and dry conditions across the region.