It's been a windy and mildly snowy weekend in the Bozeman area, but there is more snow on the way overnight. How much?

Winter Weather Advisory until 6am Monday Morning

A Winter Weather Advisory for snow remains in effect until 6 am
MDT Monday.

* Timing and main impact: areas of light snow continue across
parts of central and southwest Montana but should gradually
diminish this evening and tonight. Snow will continue to cause
poor visibilities and locally hazardous Road conditions... especially
during the overnight period.

* Snow accumulations: a total of 2 to 5 inches of snow are
expected in the valleys of southwest Montana... with 6 to 12
inches possible in the mountains. Additional accumulations
across central Montana will be 1 to 2 inches over the plains...
with another 3 to 6 inches possible in the mountains.

* Winds and visibility: heavier snow showers will reduce
visibilities to less than one mile at times. Across
southwest Montana... north winds 10 to 20 mph with gusts to
30 mph will spread south over the area throughout the day...
reducing visibilities less than one half mile at times in
blowing snow.

* Other impacts: wet snow and cold temperatures will stress
Young livestock.

* Locations affected include: White Sulphur Springs... Battle
Ridge Pass... Bozeman... Bozeman Pass... Stanford...
Lewistown... Lewistown Divide... Townsend... Boulder...
Boulder Hill... Elk Park Pass... Homestake pass... Whitehall...
Great Falls... Kings Hill Pass... Flesher Pass... Helena...
Lincoln... MacDonald Pass... Rogers Pass... Ennis... Norris
Hill... Twin Bridges.