Temperatures will remain a bit more average as we head into the weekend.
A few more flurries are possible, however very little accumulation is likely.
Temperatures will take a significant drop on Sunday as yet another batch of cold air invades the state.
By Monday, daytime highs will struggle to remain above zero degrees, with many areas likely staying below zero for highs.
Sporadic flurries will also be more likely through Tuesday.
Early forecast models are suggesting most areas in Central Montana will receive less than three inches through Wednesday.