This Thursday will be the final day of dry weather this week. Scattered showers and mountain snow have already begun to move into northwestern Montana, but locations East of the Continental Divide should remain dry for Today. Friday, as a cold front moves in, temperatures will take a dip as rain and snow hit central Montana. Areas above 5000' are highly likely to see snowfall, while lower elevations will receive rain. The weekend will start out chilly and dreary, with chances of rain and snow for Saturday. However, this unsettled, wet weather will be short-lived. High pressure moving in late Saturday evening will bring dry conditions for the end of the weekend.
Sunday through Tuesday, temperatures will be at or above normal for this time of year- upper 60s and low 70s.