While no major storm is expected over Montana, a moist Pacific flow will continue to bring enough instability for some isolated sprinkles and showers through Thursday, with the best chance this evening and again Thursday afternoon. Otherwise, partly cloudy. As warmer air moves into the region Friday, there will be a better chance of showers across northwest Montana around Kalispell. Snow showers are possible in Butte and an inch or two of snow may fall around West Yellowstone and at some of the passes.

Lows mainly in the 30s with highs in the 50s on Thursday.

That warmer air that moves into the area on Friday will be a part of high pressure that will strengthen over the weekend! That means an outstanding weekend, so you might want to make some plans for outside activities! Highs will warm into the 60s Saturday and the 70s for Sunday and Monday. We will also see quite a bit of sunshine.

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