Folks who are in areas above 9,000 feet may have seen a few snowflakes flying this morning, and high elevations are expected to see a bit of the white stuff again tomorrow.
Meanwhile, forecasters continue to warn that low humidity levels and windy conditions across the state have created the potential for high wildfire danger. Much of the state is expected to see strong wind gusts again Monday, some areas with 50+ mph gusts.
In Fremont County, specifically, temperatures are cooler than normal this week and there’s more smoke expected.
Dubois is expected to see scattered showers throughout the day with rain possibly turning to snow.