While most of us are just dealing with some light on and off snow showers Monday afternoon, much heavier snow has developed in Northeast Montana.
Snow will slowly work out of that area through the evening, but will accumulate quite a bit as it does.
Snow totals in the area are likely to run between 3 and 6 inches, with much less for the rest of Central Montana.
Strong winds and low visibility are being reported in Northeast Montana as well, so difficult travel is expected.
Snow exits Monday night, and temperatures will fall into teens and even single digits in some spots.
That means any wet roadways may refreeze and become icy overnight.
Fortunately, the weather is looking much nicer Tuesday.
Skies will be sunny, and winds will be light.
Temperatures will warm into the 40s for parts of the area, but places with fresh snowfall will be quite a bit cooler.
Highs will be in the mid 20s in Northeast Montana.