Following a frigid start to the day, temperatures will rebound slightly on Thursday finally climbing above zero degrees.
However this warm up will be short lived as more snow tracks into the region on Friday.
An area of low pressure to our north will drop south on Friday, bringing with it cold air and more snow.
Early forecast models are suggesting the brunt of the snow will stay along the Hi-Line.
Snow accumulations around four inches are likely in Northern Montana, with most of Central Montana picking up around two to three.
Flurries are expected to taper off late Sunday night.