A LAKE WIND ADVISORY has been issued for Fort Peck Lake for gusty winds that is scheduled to expire this evening.
Today will be an overall clear day with highs in the 60s. A high-pressure system will leave dry and relatively mild conditions for today, aside from a few areas in southeast Montana that will have gusty winds. Tomorrow the temperatures will slightly increase. Most of the state will have mostly sunny skies, above-normal temperatures, and windy conditions. A few locations along the Hi-Line and in northeast Montana temperatures will reach the lower '70s. Wednesday will not be as sunny and warm as Monday and Tuesday. The clouds will increase, and the mountains will get a mix of rain/snow showers. A cold front will pass Thursday morning and cool the temperatures close to average. The highs will be in the upper '50s and lower '60s aside from a few areas in southwest Montana, and the temperatures will stay in the '40s. The mountains will accumulate more snow showers; the plains and the valleys will have rain showers, but a chance of afternoon/evening thunderstorms is likely for central Montana.
Enjoy your day,