It has gotten to the point where nothing is surprising anymore. We have been so beat down with everything that 2020 has thrown at us. It is getting to the point now that it is easier to just accept our fate with the simple "it is what it is" kind of attitude.

Just as you are planning your last few summer outings, before the 6 months of winter, mother nature decides to throw a curve ball. A cold front moving into Montana this weekend, is showing the possibility of leaving behind some snow.

According to our friends at NBC Montana

We are tracking a strong cold front that will bring a drop in temperatures and snow levels this weekend. Snow levels may lower to around 6500 feet in Glacier National Park and along the Continental Divide, where up to a dusting to an inch of snow is possible.

This pretty much means that your huckleberry picking trip up the mountain may include a sweatshirt and boots. Or maybe you had one last camping trip planned for Glacier National Park, you might want to bring a heavy coat. NBC Montana's latest forecast reads

Daytime highs Sunday and early next week will be in the 60s. Overnight lows will be in the upper 30s, but higher valleys will flirt with the freezing mark. Showers will be possible along the Rocky Mountain Front. Snow levels will fall to 7000 feet. A coating to an inch of snow in Glacier National Park is possible!