The passage of yesterdays' front brought in showers and wind that helped improve the air quality. The air quality stayed at a moderate rate for a vast amount of time yesterday. The air quality is now at a good rate for most regions; West Yellowstone air quality has now dropped to a very unhealthy rate. The clouds will begin to increase during the morning hour, and areas west of the Divide will get another round of widespread showers. It is not until late in the day that showers will track eastward and work its way through central Montana. The highs will stay in the 50s and 60s, and much colder air will settle in the higher elevations. The temperatures will cool enough for snow levels to drop around 6500'.
Tomorrow the region will have partly cloudy skies, more wind, and cooler temperatures. Western Montana will yet again get another round of showers.
Sunday will be another cool day, with windy conditions, the highs will trend in the 50s and 60s.
Next week a strong high-pressure system will keep the state sunny, dry, and allow the temperatures to warm back into the 70s.
Have a great weekend.