The howling winds from Father's Day will be weakening this evening. After sunset, speeds should drop below 15 mph. Periodic rain showers will continue tonight over northwestern Montana. Points to the south and east of Missoula are likely to stay dry overnight.
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. High temperatures hover between 10 and 15° below average by mid-June standards. Another breeze kicks up Monday afternoon, but it won't be as gusty as what we saw Sunday.
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. It times out well since summer officially begins on Wednesday at 5:09pm!
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