Posted: Jan 27, 2013 8:15 PM by Russ Thomas - StormTracker Weather Center
MISSOULA - Our sky will be mostly cloudy overnight with scattered snow showers and lows dropping into the lower 20s.
Monday will bring scattered light snow showers early in the day with snowfall picking up late in the afternoon and through the evening and overnight hours.
The mountains of Western Montana have the potential to see up to a foot of snow between Monday night and Wednesday morning. The valleys are expected to receive anywhere from 2" to 4" during this time frame, meaning slick and slushy roads for most areas.
Look for snow flurries to continue into Wednesday with highs ranging from the upper 20s to 30.
An upper level ridge will slide over the are late next week and into the weekend bringing seasonal highs and sunshine.