We do not expect today to be as active as yesterday, but a few stronger to severe storms can’t be ruled out this afternoon and evening.
High pressure moves in for the weekend.
This will keep most of North-Central Montana dry.
A few showers and thunderstorms may develop across eastern parts of the state later Saturday afternoon.
Heading into next week, we track a nice warm-up back to average.
More moisture does move into the state Monday, so summer-like, isolated storm chances remain in the forecast through our holiday week.
Fourth of July will have a few popup showers and storms, but they most likely be short-lived.