A FLOOD WATCH continues for most of central and western Montana into Wednesday.
A FLOOD WARNING is in effect for the Dearborn River.
Today will be another wet day for the state, but portions of Montana will get a small break. Showers will fall in western Montana and will eventually spill over the Continental Divide and move eastward through the afternoon. Rain showers will not be as heavy or widespread as yesterday's system, but rivers, streams, and creeks could experience rapid rises in water levels. The high temperature for today will remain below average. The highs will stay in the 50s and 60s. Tomorrow the sun will return to the state, and we will be a tad drier, that is, until a cold front passes and will bring scattered showers and thunderstorms. Thursday, we will have mostly sunny skies, warmer temperatures, and dry conditions. The highs will climb to the 70s and 80s for most of the state. Friday, sunny skies, warm temperatures, and dry conditions will stick around until a few isolated thunderstorms develop during late afternoon early evening. Saturday will be similar to Friday, we will start with sun, warm temperatures, and dry conditions. An isolated thunder will develop late afternoon.
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