A few rain showers will continue to linger through central Montana, and the snow showers will continue to fall mainly above 5,000'. The snow showers are not expected to leave more than an inch of snowfall behind. The temperatures will stay in the upper '50s and low '60s. The clouds will allow some sunshine to shine through, but the state will have windy conditions. The morning showers will begin to weaken due to downsloping winds, but the airmass will become slightly unstable, allowing another round of light rain showers to develop. A few rumbles of thunder has not been ruled out for eastern Montana. By tonight, drier air will move into the Treasure State, and the skies will be clear. Tomorrow the temperatures will rebound back to the '60s and '70s, and the wind will continue to howl. The sun will return, along with gusty winds. Another round of light showers will fall Saturday night with a few thunderstorms, but by Sunday morning, the light disturbance will be a distant memory. Sunday, the state will have mostly sunny skies, warm temperatures, and gusty west winds. Sunday night, a cold front will pass with scattered showers. Next week, the temperatures will trend nearly 20 degrees above average.
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