The STORMTracker weather team says that freezing fog will continue to affect central Montana tonight with continued moistening ahead prior to the winter weather. The freezing fog will affect travel due to the visibility being as low as a quarter of a mile at times.
An area of low pressure will bring in snow overnight and continuing throughout the day on Sunday.
Winds are also expected to increase in the eastern regions but not expected to be blizzard criteria. Nonetheless, travel is still expected to be hazardous at times.
Snow will start to taper off Sunday evening with some snow showers to remain in Southwest Montana on Monday. Along with the snow, we will be seeing cooler temperatures.
Sunday high's will be in the twenties and overnight lows into Monday will be back in the single digits.
Keep updated with radar and video updates on the KRTV weather app. Make sure to give yourself extra time to travel tomorrow. If you do not need to go anywhere, stay in and make it a lazy Sunday!