Cooler than average temperatures will take us into a new work week.
North Central Montana will struggle to the mid 30s this afternoon.
A few lingering flurries can't;t be ruled out, most of which will remain over the mountains.
We'll see a slight boost in temperatures on Tuesday, however this will be short lived.
Another shot of cold air will settle in across the state Tuesday night and Wednesday.
Much like our last weather maker; rain will change to snow overnight and stick with us on Wednesday.
Once again most of the snow will remain on grassy areas and vegetation.
Weather conditions will improve slightly later this week, with temperatures reaching the 50s on Friday.
This coming weekend is expected to trend in the low 60s with a few spotty showers.