Another windy day is on tap for most of Central Montana.
Blowing and drifting snow will be less likely after daytime melting on Monday.
High pressure will continue to dictate our forecast, however a weak cold front is expected to slip into the state late Wednesday.
This system may kick off a few showers and light flurries overnight.
Minimal impacts are expected, the main one being cooler temperatures on Thursday.
Temperatures will regain some strength as we head into the weekend.
Our next weather maker is on track to move in on Sunday.
This system is expected to bring a dose of snow and colder temperatures to the state.