Today the state will have spotty showers and below-average temperatures. The highs will trend in the '50s and '60s. A cold front will bring isolated thunderstorms this afternoon/evening, and snow showers to the higher terrain. The sun will briefly peek out, and the wind will subside. Tomorrow a high-pressure will move in and create mostly sunny skies, light wind, and slightly warmer temperatures for the state. Overall, tomorrow will be a perfect spring day. The temperatures west of the Continental Divide will stay in the mid to upper '60s, and the rest of the state will only trend in the upper '50s. On Mother's day, a weak cold front will move through Montana and bring; an increase in clouds, spotty rain showers, mountain snow, and cooler temperatures. The highs will stay in the '40s and '50s. Cooler temperatures and unsettling weather will carry us into next week.
Enjoy your day,