Crank on the AC, temperatures are track to climb well above average on Wednesday.
A strong high pressure ridge will offer up plenty of sun and very warm temperatures today.
Highs are expected to reach the high 70s and low 80s in our area.
A few clouds are expected to build late in the day as our next weather maker begins to move in.
This system will bring a few mountain showers overnight and more widespread rain on Thursday.
Scattered morning showers will likely taper off around the noon hour on Thursday.
More widespread rain and thunderstorms are likely in the afternoon and evening.
The strongest storms are expected to track just south of Great Falls, moving Northeast through Lewistown.
A few overnight storms are possible around Glasgow Thursday night into Friday morning.
Temperatures are expected to remain a bit cooler on Friday following these storm systems.
High are on track to trend in the mid 60s for most.
The weekend starts out mild with highs in the high 60s.
Showers and thunderstorms are expected to return Sunday afternoon.