A FLOOD WARNING has been issued for The Clark Flor River, including above Missoula for minor flooding until Thursday afternoon.
Light rain showers will fall in the lower elevations throughout the morning, and isolated thunderstorms will stay over the mountains. Overall, today the state will have partly to mostly sunny skies with windy and seasonable warm temperatures. The wind will be gusting up to 30mph at times in portions of the state. Today's temperatures will be in the 60s and 70s. Tomorrow will be a relatively comfortable day for northern and central Montana; parts of southern Montana will be wet at times with cloudy skies. The highs for tomorrow will trend in the 70s for most of the state. As the temperatures begin to warm up, it will cause snowmelt runoff to increase. Thursday, the wind will be relatively calm, blowing from the east. A ridge of high pressure will bring mostly sunny skies, warmer temperatures, and record-breaking temperatures for portions of the state. Mostly sunny skies and above-average temperatures will spill over into Friday. Friday, high temperatures will climb to the 70s and 80s. During the late evening, an isolated thunderstorm or two have not been ruled out. The weekend temperatures will continue to climb above average.
Enjoy your day,