Widespread showers are expected to continue falling across Central Montana through tomorrow afternoon.
Snow showers will develop along the Hi-Line and accumulations are expected between 1-3 inches in areas just east of the Rocky Mountain Front like Cut Bank, Shelby, and Sunburst.
This are is under a Winter Weather Advisory through tomorrow morning.
Areas in West Glacier National Park could see up to 22 inches in areas above 6,500 feet.
A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for elevations over 5,000 feet in this area where significant snow accumulations and gusts up to 25 MPH are expected.
Rain turns to snow a little further south into the Plains in Central Montana tonight.
No accumulation is expected, but we are watching for a hazardous morning commute as temperatures dip below freezing, and water on roadways and bridges are susceptible to freezing overnight.