A passing cold front will keep temperatures in the low 60s for Central Montana on Thursday.
Along with the chilly temperatures, more widespread rain is also likely.
Snow above above 6,500 feet is likely, with accumulations above 8,000 feet.
Friday is offering up more of the same with temperatures remaining well below average.
Conditions are expected to begin drying up on Saturday.
Sunday is on track to be the warmest, with highs once again in the low 70s.
Next week looks to be more average temperature wise.
Showers are expected to return on Tuesday.