It's a bit early on the calendar to see temperatures down in the single-digits, but that's what we're going to get before the end of the week here in the Bozeman area.

We did see some snow accumulations this past weekend in the Gallatin Valley, and more snow is forecast for this week. Thursday an artic system from Canada will drop down into the region, dropping temps to as low as 2-degrees for early Friday morning. We'll see some more single-digit temps over the upcoming weekend.

Wednesday night more accumulations of snow are expected. We could see 3-5 inches starting on Wednesday night. We could get some flurries of snow in the valley on Monday and Tuesday.

Extended Forecast for Bozeman Area

Monday: Showers early, cloudy later with a chance of flurries. Highs near 50.

Tuesday: Rain early, clouds in the afternoon and evening. Highs near 50.

Wednesday: Rain and snow. Chance of rain 90%. Snow accumulation less than an inch. Highs near 40.

Thursday: Snow. Accumulation around an inch. Highs dropping to the 20s. Early morning temps will drop to the single-digits on Friday morning.

Friday: Mix of sun and clouds early. High near 31. 1-3 inches of snow possible for the overnight on Friday.

Saturday: Variable clouds with snow showers. 3 to 5 inches of snow expected. Highs near 17.

Sunday: Partly to mostly cloudy. Highs near 18.

We should see temperatures begin to warmup early next week.

Halloween Extended Forecast.

Yes, it's nearly two weeks away, but here' something to look forward to if it holds. The extended forecast for Halloween is for partly cloudy skies and temps near 50.