The STORMTracker Weather Team is tracking a cold front sweeping across the Treasure State on this Wednesday.
With just enough moisture in place, the front is producing scattered rain showers and some snow in the mountains.
The showers are expected to move east and fall apart overnight, but colder air will continue to move in for Thursday.
Temperatures are expected to dip into the upper 20s and lower 30s by morning, with afternoon highs on Thursday only reaching the 40s.
A few rain and snow showers are possible on Thursday as a trough of low pressure scoots through the region, however significant accumulation is unlikely.
Cool air will hang around through Friday and another disturbance arriving for Friday afternoon could produce more widespread rain and snow for Friday night and early Saturday morning.