Now that we've broken free from the arctic air that was keeping up very cold last week, our weather has improved dramatically.
We've got a couple of cool spots Thursday afternoon, mainly in northeast Montana, but most of the state is enjoying temperatures in the the upper 30s to upper 40s.
Temperatures will stay in that range, or warmer, for quite some time.
With clouds moving in overnight, Friday morning's low temperatures won't be too bad.
We'll be waking up to temperatures ranging from the lower 20s in Northeast Montana, to as warm as the mid 30s near Great Falls.
Highs Friday will range from the upper 30s to lower 50s.
Clouds will be increasing through the day, and we even may see a few spotty rain showers or some light mountain snow.
Looking ahead, temperatures remain mild for the foreseeable future.
Above average temperatures are expected for the next 7 days, and even into the following week!