Most of our snow is done falling, and we're now tracking some clearing skies this Sunday.
Those clearing skies mean some fairly cold temperatures overnight, ranging from the teens in Great Falls and Helena, to as cold as below zero for parts of the Hi-Line.
A southwest wind developing tonight will help out the more mild spots.
That breeze will also benefit us a bit on Monday, but even in our warmer spots highs will be only in the mid 30s.
Another weak cold front moving in will prevent Northeast Montana from warming up much.
Highs there will be in the low to mid 20s.
The cold front will also kick off some light snow, mainly north and east of Great Falls Monday afternoon through Monday evening.
Little accumulation is expected, but places like Lewistown make pick up another couple of inches.