The current weather pattern is stalled over the central and northern Rockies with the greatest impacts across Idaho, Wyoming and Montana.
A stalled upper level Low will continue to wrap bands of moisture around and some moderate to heavy rainfall is possible at times for the remainder of Monday afternoon through Tuesday afternoon.
Because of the continued chances of moderate to heavy rainfall there is a "FLOOD WATCH" up across SW Montana mostly east of the divide through midnight tonight.
Small streams and creeks will likely see high water runoff with moderate to heavy rain impacting the region over the next couple of days.
The above on demand STORMTracker video forecast will walk you through the forecast hour by hour and show you the timing, location and intensity of the heavy rain bands over the next 24 hours with Chief Meteorologist Mike Heard.
City by City Forecast:
BOZEMAN: LOW: 45°; HIGH TUESDAY: 62°. Off and on rain with a few embedded thunderstorms likely Monday afternoon into Tuesday afternoon. Temperatures will also continue to remain cool for several more days.
BUTTE: LOW: 44°; HIGH TUESDAY: 60°. Moderate to heavy rain is likely for Butte through Tuesday afternoon. Slow moving upper level Low will continue to wrap moisture around SW Montana. Temperatures will also remain on the cool side.
DILLON: LOW: 44°; HIGH TUESDAY: 61°. Cool and wet weather will continue for Dillon and Beaverhead county through Tuesday evening. A few reports of 1.5" to 2.25" of rain have been reported near Lima. Watch for small stream flooding.
WEST YELLOWSTONE: LOW: 38°; HIGH TUESDAY: 58°. Off and on showers with a few rumbles of thunder likely for West Yellowstone through Tuesday afternoon. Some wrap around bands of wet weather could produce moderate to heavy rainfall.