Snow continues in southwest Montana and has moved into central portions of the state as well.
We’ll continue to see this storm stay stationary over the region through Tuesday morning.
It will diminish a bit in central and north central Montana overnight tonight before spreading north once again later Monday morning and extending toward the Hi-Line and near the border tomorrow evening.
The heaviest snow looks to fall in central Montana Monday evening through Tuesday.
National Weather Service has issued Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories for much of the state through Tuesday morning.
Winter Storm Warning areas will generally see 6-12 inches of snow with higher amount in some areas reaching between 14-16 inches.
Wind chills will also be something to worry about if outside shoveling snow.
Roads will be snow packed with low visibilities.
Temperatures will remain very cold Sunday night through Tuesday, with wind chills ranging between 20-30 below.