An incoming cold front will crash the party on Friday.
This system will offer up the possibility of a rain and snow mixture for most of Central Montana.
Temperatures will also remain a bit cool on Friday, struggling to reach the 50s for most.
Overall impacts from this system are expected to be minimal.
The hardest hit areas will be in Southwestern Montana.
Cloudy skies and spotty showers will be the main impact for Great Falls and Helena.
Temperatures will regain some strength on Saturday as a new high pressure ridge begins to build.
By Sunday, daytime highs are expected to reach the upper 50s for most.
The mild and warm weather will last through Tuesday.
A strong weather system is on track to move in on Wednesday which will offer up another shot of cold air and a few flurries.