Showers will steadily stream into the region tonight. Snow levels keep dropping. This will cause a mixture of rain and snow to drop in the valleys.
Southwestern Montana may even see some snowfall accumulations ranging from 1 to 3 inches in the lower elevations. No snow will stick along and west of Highway 93.
The damp and dreary conditions are stuck with us for one more day. Gray skies will be seen throughout your Sunday. The heaviest precipitation should continue to drop over the southwestern corner of the state. A northwesterly breeze keeps us cool. High temperatures continue to stay 15 to 25 degrees below average by late May standards.
Memorial Day easily ends up as the driest and warmest day of the holiday weekend. An isolated rain shower or two can't be ruled out, but chances are pretty low.
A quick hitting rainmaker squeezes through the area on Tuesday. After that system departs, look for an overdue warming trend to grab ahold of the Treasure State.
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