Showers and isolated thundershowers will begin to wind down overnight around Western Montana. Isolated to scattered rain showers will remain around the Kalispell area overnight and into the morning with a slight chance of an afternoon sprinkle. However, most of us will remain dry after sunrise. Breezy conditions will continue through the evening with calming on Monday. Temperatures will drop into the 40s and upper 30s with highs in from the mid 60s to low 70s on Labor Day. The day itself will see more sunshine than in the past few days.
A brief warming trend lasts through Tuesday before another system drops cool air over Montana on Wednesday into Thursday. Rain will be possible Wednesday north of I-90 in Northwest Montana. Snow is possible at high elevations in and around Glacier National Park. More breezy conditions are likely Wednesday.
Conditions beyond the middle of the week by mostly dry with a return to the 70s by next weekend around the region.