A high-pressure ridge will build over the next 24 hours, resulting in clear and calm weather for Montana. While there were a few isolated showers in south-central Montana last night, any pop-up shower activity should stay south of I-90 today. Wednesday will be another mostly clear and dry day, but evening showers are possible in north-central Montana. Thursday will usher in more clouds, along with cooler air and showers. This should taper off by Friday, although there is the potential for some afternoon thunderstorms Friday afternoon.
For the weekend, we should stay nice and dry, with temperatures in the mid 80s.