A weak cold front will push into northern Montana this evening, going into Thursday. The cold front will slightly drop temperatures and produce a light snow shower for central Montana, including Great Falls and Lewistown. Again, the cold front is mild and shouldn't make it through Helena Valley. The wake-up temperatures for Thursday are below freezing and may cause the snow to freeze on the ground. Friday and Saturday temperatures start to rebound, and the temperature will climb to the '50s in some areas in Montana. With temperatures increasing, much of the snow will melt. A cold airmass will move in Saturday night, leaving unsettling weather, Saturday night going into Sunday, a widespread of light snow across Montana. The accumulating snow leaves a mild coating around the Capitol. Temperatures will drop to below freezing for much of the Treasure State. Next week, temperatures will begin to fall below freezing. Even though temperatures are warming up, roads remain slick, so drive slow!
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