Today will be a rinse and repeat of yesterday; scattered showers, isolated thunderstorms, and a little mountain snow will continue into late morning. Dense fog will remain in central and southeast Montana throughout the morning. Portions of western and central Montana roads are slick and covered with slush. The sun will make a brief appearance, and the wind will increase. The high temperatures will slightly warm back into the '50s and low '60s. With the temperatures warming up, an isolated thunderstorm is possible. Tomorrow will be the opposite of today; most of the state will have sunshine throughout the morning, the wind will subside, and the temperatures will remain average. By late afternoon/early evening, the clouds will increase, and stormy conditions will move across western Montana. Eastern Montana temperatures will reach the upper '60s and '70s; the rest of the state temperatures will stay '60s and '50s. Friday, another low pressure will bring isolated thunderstorms cloudy skies and slightly cooler temperatures. Saturday, the sun will return with light winds and comfortable temperatures, but by Sunday, unsettling weather returns back to the state.
Enjoy your day,