All will be quiet and smoke will continue to stream across the state from west to east Monday through Wednesday. Air quality will not be nearly as bad as it was at the end of last week, but it will still be a concern for asthma sufferers. Overnight lows drop into the 40s and upper 30s with highs on Tuesday in the upper 70s and low 80s.
Another cold front will bring windy and wet weather to the region starting on Wednesday. The front will crawl across our area late Wednesday and early Thursday. It will be windy and dry Wednesday in southwest Montana, which could be a concern for area fires. Expect some late day showers west of the continental divide on Wednesday. Thursday will see early day showers in Southwest Montana as the front continues south. Highs fall to the 60s for midweek.
Another strong front will reach the area on Friday and Saturday. This will bring in another dose of cooler temperatures and possibly some decent rainfall region-wide. What we can say right now is that Labor Day weekend may start out wet and will feel more like fall than summer.
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