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A moist westerly flow will keep clouds rolling through western Montana tonight.  A few mainly mountain rain and snow showers, with a chance from time to time for one of these to reach a valley floor.  Lows in the upper 20s to lower 30s.

A Pacific cold front will approach the area by tomorrow afternoon.  A better chance of rain showers developing across northwest Montana around Kalispell.  Then, all areas west of the divide will have some valley rain and mountain snow showers Thursday night, especially from midnight to 9 am Friday.  This will be west of the divide in Missoula, Butte and Kalispell.  Only a slight chance around Bozeman.  The showers end early Friday, except across southwest Montana where showers are possible, especially around Bozeman.  Highs in the mid 50s to around 60 Thursday, dropping back to the 50s Friday.

EASTER weekend is still looking great, with partly to mostly sunny days Saturday and Sunday with highs warming into the 60s!  Enjoy it because it appears it's back to wet and colder next week.

mark heyka Watch Chief Meteorologist Mark Heyka weeknights on the NEWS AT 5, 6 and 10. More Details


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