Stronger wind will help to drive temperatures to the upper 30s this afternoon.
A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for Eastern Glacier, Southern Rocky Mountain Front and the Northern Rocky Mountain Front due to blowing and drifting snow.
Another quick shot of snow is likely overnight as a cold front drops into the state.
Most of the snow will remain concentrated over the mountains; however, some snow is likely in the plains.
Most areas along the mountains will see less than an inch.
Helena to Butte may pick up 1 to 3 inches once it's all said and done.
Temperatures will remain in the high 20s on Wednesday following this front.
Stronger wind is expected to take us through the later half of the work week.
This wind will once again warm the temperatures and push highs into the low to mid 40s.
Forecast models are hinting at a few flurries on overnight Friday into Saturday morning.
Very little if any accumulation is expected for the lower elevations with the passage of this system.