Wintry weather is still hanging on today. Moisture will creep it's way back into the state, and throughout the day we will see light scattered snow showers. Today the state will have mostly to cloudy skies and colder temperatures. The highs will only reach the 20's and 30's, while portions of northwest Montana highs will remain in the '40s. Tomorrow portions of the state will slightly warm-up, and the temperatures will trend in the '40s and '50s for western and parts of central Montana, while eastern Montana temperatures will remain in the 30's and areas along the Hi-Line will stay in the upper 20's. The region will have partly to mostly sunny skies for tomorrow and slightly breezy conditions off the Rocky Mountain Front. Saturday, the temperatures will trend in the 40's and 50's, and most of the state will have mostly sunny skies. A few mountain showers have not been ruled out for Saturday afternoon. Sunday, a minor system will pass and kick off mild a mix of snow/rain showers in the lower elevations. The temperatures will remain in the 40's and '50s. Models are suggesting a more potent storm on Tuesday, which could bring another round of accumulating snow to portions of the state.
Enjoy your day,