MISSOULA, Mont. -

The second half of the weekend looks much different than the first half. Thicker cloud cover is set to roll into the region for your Sunday. The best chance for showers lies over northwest Montana with valley rain and mountain snow getting served up. Most of the wet weather should stay west of the continental divide.

With a cold front crossing the region temperatures will see wide range. Kalispell won't make it out of the upper 40s. Bozeman could easily shoot up to 60° once again.

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY in effect tonight from midnight to 6pm on Sunday for those driving over Lookout Pass on I-90. 4 to 8 inches of snow is possible at this elevated spot.

A light mix of rain and snow may be riding the frontal boundary Sunday night. The daytime hours of Monday look mostly dry with near normal temperatures. The next disturbance rolls in Monday night and Tuesday spreading another mix of rain and snow across the region. Those in the lower elevations probably won't need snow shovels with this event either.

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