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High pressure is building in from the west giving us a sunny and warm Saturday with highs pushing well into the 70's if not even a few isolated low 80's. The sunshine will continue through the weekend with virtually no chance for rain until at least Monday afternoon. As the high pressure slides to the east by early next week, this will open the door for an opportunity for some moisture down across the four corners to move up into the southern part of our viewing area. This will lead to a minimal (20%) chance for showers Monday afternoon for most of us, with the highest chances along with Montana/Idaho border near West Yellowstone. Once the showers pass through by mid-week, more mild sunny weather will return as highs continue to remain above seasonal average. Meteorologist Matt Elwell will be in tonight with the latest details you need to know as you plan your sunny weekend.