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Rain moves in Sunday night/early Monday

Higher elevations will see snow
Posted at 7:01 PM, Sep 05, 2020
and last updated 2020-09-05 21:01:55-04

Good evening everyone.

Tonight temperatures will fall down to the 50s for many of us.

You can expect a sunny Sunday for most of us but clouds will start building in from the north as the afternoon wanes on for those along the High Line.

A lot will change starting Sunday night as arctic air pours into the Treasure State.

Showers will start over north-central Montana Sunday night and increase Monday morning.

Accumulating snow is likely across the mountains for those at and above 5000 feet though some could see snow on down to the valley floors by Monday evening.

Some Montanans could see a few snow flakes with little to no snow accumulation like those in Helena and Great Falls.

Showers taper off by Monday night around midnight but there is a slight chance of snow showers for those in Helena and Great Falls before 7 a.m.

Most of us will see rain with this event. Here are some rain totals.