BUTTE – It’s time to turn on the heater as a cooler than normal weather pattern is likely for the last week of September.
This time of the year you need to pay close attention to the forecast lows with some nights likely dropping down to or below freezing.
It’s time to winterize: Campers, sprinkler systems, fix leaky windows and doors, add insulation to attics and walls, start making plans to winterize vehicle tires, cooling systems and make sure the kids are wearing enough clothing in the early morning bus stops.
City by City Forecast:
BOZEMAN: LOW: 38°; HIGH MONDAY: 56°. A few showers are possible into early Sunday evening and turning partly cloudy overnight with colder lows Monday morning. Cooler than normal temperatures will continue into Monday.
BUTTE: LOW: 30°; HIGH MONDAY: 55°. Scattered showers likely to continue for Butte into Sunday evening. There is only a slight chance for a few showers on Monday.
DILLON: LOW: 34°; HIGH MONDAY: 61°. A few storms possible tonight. Partly cloudy and colder by early morning. Variable clouds Monday and chilly
WEST YELLOWSTONE: LOW: 28°; HIGH MONDAY: 55°. A few showers are possible but look for partly cloudy skies overnight and below freezing lows Monday morning. Variable clouds Monday with only a slight chance for a shower and continued chilly.