GREAT FALLS - Montana won't experience much of a change in the weather for this Labor Day weekend.
Hot, dry conditions are expected to make matters worsen when it comes to the already-extreme fire danger.
Temperatures are expected to climb into the 90s on both Saturday and Sunday with relative humidity values dropping to near 15% each afternoon and evening.
On Sunday, gusty winds will develop, creating critical fire weather conditions across the state.
STORMTracker meteorologist Mike Rawlins says a cold front will move south out of Canada for Labor Day, dropping temperatures significantly.
Highs are expected to fall to near average for Monday, but the drop in temperatures won't come with any rain.
Dry conditions are expected for the next seven days.