A RED FLAG WARNING will go into effect tomorrow for Central and Eastern Montana.
A FIRE WEATHER WATCH will go into effect tomorrow for south-central and southeast Montana
Today will be mostly sunny, the wind will blow comfortably, and an area of high pressure will begin to break down, allowing the temperatures to cool back into the upper 60s and low to mid-70s.
Tomorrow, a combination of warm temperatures, gusty wind, and low humidity will bring critical fire danger back into the state. The temperatures will climb to the 70s and 80s. Strong southwest to west winds are expected ahead of a powerful cold front. Southwest winds will allow smoke and haze to linger, but tomorrow night much needed-rain, mountain snow, and cooler temperatures will move in.
Sunday, the temperatures will drop nearly 30 degrees in some areas. The temperatures will cool enough for rain showers to transition into snow in the higher elevation, and the windy will still be with us.
Monday will be cool, wet, & windy.
Enjoy your day.