Today's high temperatures around the state will remain in the '50s and '60s, while a couple of areas along the Hi-Line temperatures will stay in the upper '40s. Today we will have partly to mostly cloudy skies, gusty winds, and an isolated thunderstorm is not ruled out for the southern part of the state. Tuesday, things will start to warm up, and the state will have partly to mostly sunny skies. But with things warming up, the winds will increase. Tomorrow highs will reach the '50s and '60s. A weak cold front will pass through northern Montana tomorrow night, and drop the temperatures nearly 20 degrees in some areas for Wednesday. Wednesday temperatures will be below average. Most of the state will trend in the '40s, and '50s will portions of northwest Montanan will stay at 60. Wednesday slightly cooler temperatures will be a distant memory by Thursday. Thursday, the state will have more sun, less wind, and warmer temperatures. Enjoy the sun while you can because a wintry mix is heading this way into Good Friday.
Enjoy your day,