Sayonara smoky skies, and hello sunshine. The air quality is currently been between good and moderate. The rain activity over the last few days has help filter out the smoke, but the change in wind direction pushed much of the smoke down to the south. However, portions of southwest Montana may still have to deal with hazy conditions. Northwest wind will be slightly gusty at times especially in Hill, Blaine, and Phillips county. A few thunderstorms will linger in southern and eastern Montana.
Tomorrow will be an overall pleasant day; the skies will be clear, the wind will blow comfortably, and the temperatures will stay in the 80s.
Saturday fire danger is expected to be high. The temperatures will warm to the upper 80s and low 90s, the humidity is expected to be, and the wind will intensify.
Sunday a cold front will bring much cooler temperatures and widespread rain. The highs will cool to the 50s and 60s.
Have a great day,