Overall we are tracking a much quieter and mild weather pattern across Central and Eastern Montana.
The cold front and area of low pressure that brought bands of heavy snow across much of Montana has made its way East and is currently in the Dakotas.
We will continue to see some wrap around moisture off of this area of low pressure which will continue the snow throughout the Northeastern corner of the state.
Snow in this area will diminish overnight Monday.
Sporadic bands of flurries are still expected over the high terrain and extending into front range Monday afternoon and evening.
I can't rule out a few breakaway bands of snow that potentially could make there way into Central Montana.
If snow bands do extend past the mountains, periods of heavy snow should be expected, however they will be short lived.
Overall we will gradually warm up this week with temperatures reaching the 40s for most areas by Wednesday.
Keep in mind roads will still be slippery overnight do to melted snow refreezing.
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