Father's Day is shaping up to be a little wet and very windy. Dads trying to do some golfing should be fine during the morning, but by the afternoon westerly winds will be whipping through the region.
Sustained speeds range from 10 to 25 mph. Gusts could reach 35 mph. The hardest hit area may be west-central Montana, which is why a WIND ADVISORY is in effect.
As for the rain, the spot with the highest likelihood for showers is northwest Montana. Temperatures in the Flathead end up on the cool side with thick cloud cover.
The majority of the day appears dry in southwest Montana with partial sunshine. This will allow temperatures in Butte and Bozeman to head well above average.
Spring may have its last gasp on Monday and Tuesday. Temperatures turn much cooler as wet weather blankets the region. Snowflakes may even land on our mountaintops.
The second half of the work week looks much drier and much warmer. This could be the kickoff to a nice stretch of summer-like weather.
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