An upper level disturbance continues to move across the region tonight, allowing those widespread rain and snow showers to continue.
Precipitation will eventually end from southwest to northeast tonight.
Overnight low temperatures will drop into the 20s and 30s.
Clouds will gradually start to clear overnight, allowing the potential for fog development across north central Montana to start your Monday morning commute.
If you think we skipped right over fall and went head first into winter, well we kind of did over the weekend. But, some good news, fall-like weather moves back in Monday.
A nice warm up is in store for Monday afternoon, with high temperatures rising into the 50s and 60s with mostly sunny and dry conditions.
But, get outside and enjoy it, because a cold front will sweep through the region on Tuesday. This cold front will allow precipitation and a drop in temperatures to move back in.
There is also a good possibility of seeing more rain and snow on Wednesday.