Widespread rain and much cooler than average temperatures will continue through the first portion of the work week.
Temperatures will remain in the mid 50s for most on Monday.
Forecast models are suggesting that two to three inches of rain are likely for a good portion of the Rocky Mountain Front.
In anticipation of the rain, The National Weather Service has issued a flood watch of areas along the front and western Montana.
Some flooding is likely along small creeks and streams and main drainage basins coming out of the mountains.
The watch is set to expire Wednesday afternoon.
Temperatures will begin to regain some strength on Wednesday with highs in the low 70s.
A few storms remain likely however conditions will begins to dry up as we near the weekend.
Daytime highs are expected to reach the 80s on Friday.
As of right now the 4th is trending dry and mild with highs in the mid 80s.