Today will be a dry and warm day. The wind will howl at times across the state, but will not be uncomfortable. A high-pressure system will allow the entire state to have clear to mostly sunny skies. The highs will climb to the 70s and 80s.
Tomorrow sunny skies, warm temperatures, and dry conditions will stick around until a few isolated thunderstorms develop during late afternoon early evening. The risk for thunderstorms is marginal for portions of southwest Montana and will track eastward. Marginal risk simply means an isolated severe thunderstorm is possible, and the system will be short-lived. The further east the system moves, it will slightly intensify. In parts of eastern Montana, the risk will increase from a marginal to a slight risk; slight risks mean scattered and severe thunderstorms are possible, and the system will not be widespread.
Saturday will be similar to Friday, we will start with mostly sunny skies, warm temperatures, and dry conditions; but a few isolated thunderstorms will pop up in the afternoon. The high temperatures will track in the 70s and 80s.
Sunday will start dry with slightly cooler temperatures but will end with showers and thunderstorms.
Enjoy your day, and congratulations to all the 2020 graduates🎓!