Precipitation has exited the region and all winter weather advisories have expired. Tonight, dry conditions will persist. However, areas west of the divide will see patchy freezing fog with lows in the mid 20s. SW Montana will see mostly clear skies and temps in the teens.
Tomorrow, clouds will be increasing throughout the day and temperatures will top out in the mid to upper 30s.
A weak disturbance will make its way through the area Thursday night and allow for light snow accumulations over mountain passes along the MT/ID border. Valley locations may see a brief snow shower, but accumulations are not expected.
A more significant system is set to move through the area Saturday night and into Sunday, bringing significant snowfall to the mountain passes and possible light accumulations to the valley floors. It will also allow for colder temperatures and gusty winds.