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Snow around Gallatin and Park counties will begin to taper off Friday night, leading to a clearing night with lows in the mid 30s in western Montana and the upper 20s in southwest Montana.
It will be a good start to Saturday with abundant sunshine and cool temperatures. Highs will reach the mid 50s and the afternoon. A few showers will develop after lunchtime, with the best chance for showers around Kalispell. Overall, these showers won't impact outdoor plans too much.
Widespread showers will return Sunday morning and will herald a wet opener to the week. Showers will continue around the area through Tuesday with snow at times above 5000 feet.
We're tracking a big change on Wednesday that could deliver us the warmest weather of the year so far. A couple days of sunshine wil send temperatures into the middle and upper 60s Thursday afternoon. Showers are possible again next Friday, but the warmer conditions will continue.
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