Another day of above average temperatures on tap.
Mostly sunny skies will take us through the first half of Wednesday.
This will allow for temperatures to reach the high 70s and low 80s for much of Central Montana.
The Hi-Line, extending toward the Northeastern corner of Montana could even see a few high 80s.
Showers are expected to return by Wednesday afternoon, likely impacting most of Central Montana around 4:00 pm.
A few thunderstorms can’t be ruled out, however storms that do kick off should be weak and short lived.
Spotty and isolated showers will take us through the remainder of the week, finally tapering off late Friday night.
Forecast models have backed of on the shower coverage Thursday and Friday.
As this system slides across the state, temperatures will drop to the mid-50s by Friday.
We should see temperatures rebound on Saturday, reaching the 60s.
Flooding continues to be a major talking point throughout Central Montana.
The warmer temperatures have once again rapidly melted mountain snow.
The snowmelt will continue to feed already high running creeks and streams.
Rain showers over the mountains will also create more runoff through Friday.
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