BUTTE – A blocking High pressure ridge off the pacific NW coast will continue to produce a NNW flow aloft for Montana and hold temperatures below normal especially daytime highs through the next 10 days.
The next weather maker will arrive Thursday into Friday with increasing clouds, showers, wind and another shot of cooler air.
Next week looks cool and wet across the state with possible travel impacts for some mountain passes. Updates on the pattern changes will be coming up tonight at 5:30 pm and 10 pm on KBZK and STORMTracker Weather.
City by City Forecast:
BOZEMAN: LOW: 35°; HIGH WEDNESDAY: 66°. Clear and chilly tonight with areas of frost possible for lower valleys. Partly cloudy and a little warmer Wednesday. Light winds will develop Wednesday afternoon.
BUTTE: LOW: 32°; HIGH WEDNESDAY: 64°. Clear and chilly tonight with frost likely by early morning. Partly cloudy and lightly warmer Wednesday afternoon with light winds.
DILLON: LOW: 31°; HIGH WEDNESDAY: 66°. Dry weather pattern for Dillon over the next 24 hours. Clear and chilly tonight with a light frost by morning and partly cloudy and breezy Wednesday afternoon.
WEST YELLOWSTONE: LOW: 23°; HIGH WEDNESDAY: 61°. Another frosty night for West Yellowstone under mostly clear skies. By late afternoon temperatures should warm up into the lower 60s.