Today will be the opposite of yesterday; a weak high-pressure system will keep us dry, bringing in partly to mostly sunny skies throughout the morning, the wind will subside, and the temperatures will remain average. The high temperatures for today will remain in the '50s for southwest Montana, and the rest of the state temperatures will trend in the '60s and '70s. By late afternoon/early evening, the clouds will increase, and stormy conditions will move across western Montana. Isolated showers will fall in central Montana during the evening. Another low-pressure system will move into the state along with a cold front tomorrow, allowing for an increase in clouds, rain showers in the lower elevations/snow showers in the mountains, and cooler temperatures. The high temperatures for tomorrow will stay in the '40s and '50s and '20s and '30s in the mountains. By Saturday, the Sun will return with light winds and comfortable temperatures, but by Sunday, unsettling weather returns back to the state.
Enjoy your day,