Breezy winds have helped blow in mild air for much of North Central Montana today.
Temperatures have climbed as high as the mid 40s, but it remains cold in Northeast Montana.
We're tracking some snow in that area as well, but that will be clearing out early this evening.
Looking forward, heavier snow in the mountains becomes the main concern, as another wave of Pacific moisture moves into the state.
Snow totals through Friday will be over a foot west of the divide.
At lower elevations, a cold front will be cutting through the Pacific moisture, bringing the chance for snow showers, but little accumulation.
The cold front will be dropping our temperatures too.
Helena will be largely unaffected by the front.
Great Falls will see temperatures remaining steady or slowly falling through the day Friday, and Northeast Montana will be once again stuck under a very cold air mass.