Snow is on track to impact Central Montana Wednesday morning.
You can expect a slippery commute with areas of light snow as you head to work this morning.
Snow will pick up strength as the day progresses.
Some blowing and drifting snow can also be expected.
Highs will climb into the early 30s for most of Central Montana, likely staying right in line with the freezing mark.
Plan extra time as you head home, as the snow is expected to ramp up this afternoon.
Snow totals through Thursday morning are anticipated around four inches for Great Falls and the Rocky mountain front.
Helena will be closer to two inches with Lewistown around two or three inches.
The hi-line will stay around one inch total.
Most of the mountain ranges will likely see just over a foot of accumulation.