In the short term, we're tracking some very strong winds.
In the long term, we're tracking a few rounds of snow.
Winds have already been strong Tuesday, and will continue to strengthen Tuesday night, and remain strong through early Wednesday.
Areas of blowing dust and snow remain possible through the night.
From there, our focus shifts to a cold front that will be moving through the state.
Behind the front temperatures will be dropping, and we'll likely see a few bursts of snow, with around an inch of accumulation, and higher totals along the Rocky Mountain Front.
Additional light snow will be possible Thursday, but a much heavier round is expected Friday into Saturday.
Confidence remains low on exact snow totals, but snow accumulation of at least 6 inches seems likely, especially from Cut Bank, to Great Falls, to Havre.
Much higher totals of a foot or more are still a real possibility, alongside temperatures that will be falling below zero.
Stay with STORMTracker weather as we continue to track this storm and bring you updates.