MISSOULA, Mont. -

Sunday's weather doesn't look too bad if you've got some outdoor plans. The majority of the day is going to be dry with temperatures turning a little warmer. Skies will range from partly to mostly cloudy with the best chance for rain coming in the afternoon over northwestern Montana. Even there, the rainfall amounts appear minor. Probably just enough to settle the dust.

The month of April is set to end on a soggy note. Soaking showers become widespread on Monday with high temperatures staying about 5° below average. Rainfall totals could be impressive with some spots west of the continental divide picking up over a quarter of an inch of moisture.

Temperatures will continue to reflect sweatshirt and jacket type weather at least through Tuesday.

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