Another morning waking up to snow and we will see more snow in the forecast to end our weekend as well.
As for the rest of the afternoon and tonight, snow will gradually decrease in coverage through mid-evening.
A Winter Weather Advisory still remains in effect through 11 PM this evening for Meagher, Cascade, Judith Basin and Fergus Counties. But this has been restricted towards the mountains.
Overnight low temperatures will drop into the teens and lower 20s.
Although snow mostly clears out by 11 PM (exception in the mountains) more snow will be moving south from Canada across the area early Sunday morning and throughout the day on Sunday.
Best chance for accumulating snow will be in north central and central portions, where most areas will see 1-3 inches in the late morning through the afternoon.
But, a high pressure ridge builds Sunday night, which will allow any snow to diminish. This ridge will bring in drier conditions this work week as well as a temperature increase, high temperatures back in the 40s and 50s.
We will also see breezy conditions persist through the week.