Colder air will linger over Montana through Saturday before high pressure builds allowing for a warmer air mass to move in.
Friday will likely see a few 30s throughout the state, with slight chance of mountain flurries.
Saturday will be a bit cooler due to a passing area of low pressure to our north.
This low pressure system will be moved on its way by Sunday as high pressure builds.
Warmer air will follow, making for a mild start to the work week.
Temperatures are expected to hit the early to mid 30s on Monday and Tuesday.
I am keeping an eye on a potential storm system, currently in the Pacific ocean. .
This system is still very far out so the overall path is still relatively unknown.
It does however increase to possibility of a cool down with snow mid week.