A trough aloft will bring in unsettled weather conditions through the weekend.
The best chance of precipitation will be south of the Hi-Line and periods of snow will continue, with the possibility of some snow mixing in with rain in lower elevations during the late evening or early morning.
No accumulation of snow will be expected in the lower elevations and most areas will see .10-.20 of rain.
More disturbances on Monday, but the best chance for precipitation will be along the Rocky Mountain Front and in the Rocky Mountains.
North central Montana will see a warmer, drier day on Monday with highs in the upper 40s and lowers 50s before that disturbance pushes into central MT Monday night and Tuesday and bringing more rain and snow.
Winds will amplify on Tuesday as well due to the passing of a cold front.
Wind chill temperatures will be in the teens and 20s.
More rain and snow expected for Wednesday with temperatures staying cool.