High pressure will dominate our forecast this week, allowing for temperatures to stay well above average.
A few bands of snow will travel throughout Central Montana Monday, however most of the snow will stay in the mountains.
Snow accumulation between two and four inches can be expected in the mountains and immediate vicinity of the Rocky Mountain Front.
Winds remain somewhat of a talking point this week, however will be nothing like what we saw this past week.
Thursday is expected to be the warmest, with daytime high temperatures reaching the 50s for most.