Today, will by far be the warmest day of the year, so far. A high- pressure will build across the west, and offer up sunny skies for the state. Most of the treasure state will have mostly sunny skies and light winds that will blow from the west. Even though the wind will not be as forceful as yesterday's wind, the threat still stands for fire danger. The humidity will be low and the temperatures will be 15 to 25 degrees above average. The high temperature will reach the low '80s and mid to upper '70s. By tonight, unsettling weather will enter the state, and will stick around through Thursday. Thursday's the state will have an increase in cloud cover, but the temperatures will remain warm. As a cold front moves through the state, it will bring severe thunderstorms. The eastern portion of the state temperatures will hold onto the low '80s, central Montana temps will remain in the '70s, and western Montana temperatures will only reach the '60s. Friday will be a lovely spring day, but we will have a few isolated rain showers in the lower elevations and a mix of rain and snow will fall over the mountains. The temperatures will remain in the '50s and '60s.
Enjoy your day,