Yet another cold front is on track to drop into Montana Tuesday afternoon, offering up more snow and cold.
In anticipation of this passing system, the National Weather Service has issues a Winter Weather Advisory for a good portion of North Central Montana.
There is a possibility of freezing drizzle with with initial passage of this front.
If this does happen, a thin layer of ice would lead to very slippery conditions.
Some snow accumulation is likely through Wednesday morning.
On average 2-4 inches are likely throughout the plains with about 4-8 in the mountains.
Temperatures will fall to the teens for overnight lows and remain in the mid 20s on Wednesday.
Temperatures will gradually warm as we approach the weekend.