MISSOULA, Mont. -

A warming trend will eventually kick in, but not until we experience one more cool and wet day.

Rain looks likely in all areas with a few of the higher elevations seeing some slushy snowflakes Sunday morning. The wet weather slowly tapers off by late afternoon. Around dinnertime, I'd expect to see a little sunshine poking through.

It won't be enough to get thermometers out of the 50s, which is 10 to 15 degrees below average. Westerly winds appear breezy at times with speeds between 10 and 15 mph along with occasional gusts near 25 mph.

Heading back to work on Monday might be tough, because that is exactly when the weather is going to turn pretty pleasant. I'm expecting to see a fair amount of sunshine to begin the work week.

Temperatures turn noticeably warmer. It'll be plenty nice to let those kids outside to burn off some energy. Alice Cooper sang "School's out for summer!" In Big Sky Country, it's more like school's out for spring...

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