Canadian air moved in overnight allowing for a chilly few day in North Central Montana.
A few lingering flurries aren't out of the question on Tuesday, however accumulation is expected to be very limited.
The colder air will last through Wednesday before beginning to warm back up on Thursday.
A strong ridge of high pressure will be the cause of the warmer weather later this week.
As this ridge moves in some wind is expected on Thursday and Friday.
The mild weather is expected to last through Sunday before our next weather maker moves in.