More possibilities of strong to severe storms to end our weekend. Wind gusts up to 60 mph, frequent cloud-to-ground lightning, quarter size hail and heavy downpours are possible.
Strong to severe storms are possible across north-central Montana both on Saturday and Sunday.
More severe weather chances again to end the weekend. Threats include strong wind gusts up to 60 mph, hail and heavy downpours that could cause flash flooding.
Chances of severe thunderstorms on Saturday and Sunday. Showers and non-severe storms possible on Monday. Much warmer temperatures move in by mid-week.
Scattered showers and storms are starting to pop up in SW MT and will move into portions of central MT through this evening. The Storm
Although severe weather is not likely on Saturday and for certain areas on Sunday, we can’t rule out a pop-up non severe thunderstorm. Warmer temperatures on Sunday and Monday. Cooler and wetter conditions by Tuesday.
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Temperatures on the rise over the next few days, back to average by mid-week. Chances of isolated and scattered showers remain in the forecast the next few days with stronger storms possible by mid-week.
Closed low continues to spin in Canada bringing rain to NE MT. Showers also popping up in some areas of north central MT. Temperatures warm over the next few days with more chances of isolated showers or thunderstorms.
More rain chances over the next few days in the afternoon and evening. Temperatures remain near average through Wednesday. Cold front moves through Wednesday bringing fire weather concerns back on the radar.
Near average temperatures remain in the forecast through Tuesday with chances of showers and thunderstorms. A cold front moves through on Wednesday.
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Temperatures back to average Monday and Tuesday then into the 80s by Wednesday. Besides the chance of isolated showers, next chance of widespread precipitation looks to be towards the end of the work week.
Scattered showers and thunderstorm possible through Saturday evening. Temperatures rebound Sunday with slight chances of rain remaining in the forecast. Dry and warm for the start of the work week.
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Above average temperatures continue over the next few days. Increased fire danger on Monday. Cooling back down with more rain in the forecast by Thursday.
Besides the chance of stray shower or thunderstorm the next few days will be warmer than average. Cooler and wetter by the end of the work week into next weekend.
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Flooding remain the big concern tonight and the next few days. Scattered rain showers continue through this evening before conditions dry out and warm up.
Rain, heavy at times continues through Monday evening. Drying out on Tuesday and warming up a bit. Temperatures back in the mid-70s by Wednesday.