Cooler temperatures today for north-central Montana after a cold front moved through.
Southwest Montana remains mild.
A disturbance moving southeast will move into the state this evening, starting at the Canadian border.
This disturbance will bring rain and snow to north-central Montana this evening through Sunday.
Snow levels could fall as low as 3500 feet by Sunday morning, which will create areas of wet and heavy snow.
Closer to the Capital City, conditions remain pretty dry, with a few showers possible.
The best areas that will have the greatest chance of seeing some accumulation will be near Glacier National Park and along the Hi-Line.
Precipitation will decrease in coverage throughout the day on Sunday, but chances of showers remain through Monday.