Aside from an increase in cloud cover, today will be a mostly dry day. A weak system will move from the west into the area and will bring a few scattered snow showers over the mountains west of the Continental Divide. The high temperatures will stay in the mid to upper 30s and low 40s.
Behind the minor front, the wind will increase across the northern plains and along the Rocky Mountain Front. The wind will also aid in the temperatures slightly bumping up a few degrees.
Wednesday, another system will produce light snow showers and gusty winds. Even though the snow showers will be minimal in coverage, with the wind picking up, that could lead to blowing snow and reduce visibility; so if having to travel across mountain passes, such as Raynolds Pass, Targhee Pass, and Marias Pass and along the Idaho border, please take it slow.
Thursday into the first part of the weekend will be dry, and the temperatures will remain mild.
Saturday, a front will move through and will ramp up the wind.
Have a great day,