Dry and warm conditions prevail as we head toward the weekend.
A few isolated showers and thunderstorms can’t be ruled out due to afternoon convection.
Forecast models are anticipating that most of these storm systems will stay close to the Rocky Mountain Front and South Central Montana.
Friday will have the best chance for stronger storms to kick off as a weak cold front drops into the state.
Showers and thunderstorms that do kick off are anticipated to be very slow moving.
Localized flooding is a strong possibility because of this.
Dry and warm weather is expected to last through this next week.