Warming up nicely Friday afternoon and again on Saturday across Montana but that is it for warmer than normal temperatures. High pressure will be breaking down by Sunday as the next weather maker arrives with a pacific cold front and scattered showers.
Cooler than normal temperatures are likely across the state of Montana next week with cooler than normal temperatures for western Montana to well below normal temperatures across eastern Montana.
The 6 to 10 day precipitation forecast will likely be drier than normal next week across Montana. There will be a few weaker pacific storms pass through with a little valley rain and a little mountain snow but overall continued drier than normal pattern for the Treasure State.
City by City Forecast:
BOZEMAN: LOW: 43°; HIGH SATURDAY: 75°. Dry weather pattern continues into Saturday for Bozeman. Not as chilly tonight and back up into the 70s Saturday.
BUTTE: LOW: 41°; HIGH SATURDAY: 72°. Dry and warm pattern for Butte through Saturday. Last day of summer is Saturday and our forecast highs are slightly above normal.
DILLON: LOW: 40°; HIGH SATURDAY: 72°. Nice way to begin the weekend with dry and warm weather for Dillon. Winds will pick up by afternoon out of the SW 10 to 20 mph.
WEST YELLOWSTONE: LOW: 30°; HIGH SATURDAY: 70°. Gusty winds this afternoon for West Yellowstone and those winds should diminish after sunset or by midnight. Clear and frosty again tonight but warming up into the 70s Saturday.
Ready for Fall?
Autumnal Equinox begins Saturday evening. First full day of Fall will be on Sunday. This is the time of year when the sun’s most direct rays strike the equator producing “equal” hours of daylight and darkness. This also means in the weeks to come shorter days and longer nights by the time we get to the Winter Solstice in late December.
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