I don't anticipate any records being broken on Monday, but it will still be unseasonably warm. This stagnant and quiet weather pattern is something more reminiscent of mid-August than mid-May.
We start the day with clear skies and chilly temperatures. Most spots are set to stay above the freezing mark tonight. Endless sunshine spreads across the region once again with temperatures soaring into the low to mid 80s! Winds won't be a problem. It might be a perfect day to take your lunch break outdoors.
Near record heat is likely again on Tuesday. Isolated storms producing light rainfall and gusty winds could start to spark over southwest Montana by Wednesday afternoon. All areas have a decent chance to hear a few rumbles of thunder on Thursday. Widespread soaking rains fill the Treasure State by Friday with a big time cooldown taking place.
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