Today, most of the temperatures will sit in the 50's and low to mid 60's. The skies will remain partly cloudy, and the wind will howl. A weak cold front will pass through north-central Montana and bring a light mix of rain/snow tonight into Wednesday morning. The passing cold front will drop the temperatures nearly 20 degrees in some areas. Tomorrow temperatures will be below average, and most of the state highs will trend in the '40s and '50s while portions of northwest Montanan will stay at 60. Wednesday slightly cooler temperatures will be a distant memory by Thursday. Thursday will be the warmest day of spring so far. The temperatures will rebound back into the '50s and '60s. Good Friday will start fairly good with partly cloudy skies, mild temperatures, and slightly breezy conditions at times. The highs for Friday will be in the '50s and '60s, while a couple of areas along the Hi-Line will stay in the upper '40s. The clouds will increase Friday, and a slight chance of a thunderstorm is not ruled out. Friday night, a cold front will move into the state, bringing a wintry mix to Easter weekend.
Enjoy your day,