This weekend's record setting storm is over, but we're still feeling a little wintry.
Many of us are seeing temperatures that are only in the 30s Monday afternoon.
Snow was measured in feet in some spots over the weekend, and much of the area still has snow on the ground.
Many snowfall records were set over the weekend, including in Great Falls, where 19.3" of snowfall was measured.
To clarify, that represents the accumulation of several measurements taken through the event, to minimize melting and compaction.
Actual reports of snow on the ground in Great Falls ranged from about 6 to 12 inches.
Now, we're turning our attention to some serious cold headed our way.
Much of North Central Montana will see there temperatures fall all the way into the teens overnight, likely breaking several low temperature records for October 1st.
Tuesday's not looking very warm either, with highs expected to be in the lower 30s to lower 40s.