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Warming trend begins Wednesday

BUTTE – A slow-moving Low-pressure system will be rolling out of Montana late tonight. Greatest impacts from this storm have been in NE Montana with steady moderate rainfall all day and flooding issues around Glasgow into North Dakota.

Weak ridging will bring dry weather back to the region beginning tomorrow, however, there will be a Pacific storm lifting up and over this ridge so a weak cold front will pass through northern Montana Wednesday evening into Thursday. This storm system is very disorganized so there is only a slight chance for a shower or thunderstorm Wednesday for SW Montana.

City by City Forecast:

BOZEMAN: LOW: 48°; HIGH WEDNESDAY: 82°. Mostly cloudy skies will begin to turn to partly cloudy skies by late afternoon. Another cool night but warming up into the 80s Wednesday with increasing clouds.

BUTTE: LOW: 47°; HIGH WEDNESDAY: 81°. Clearing overnight and cooler by morning but just the opposite Wednesday with warming temperatures and increasing clouds.

DILLON: LOW: 48°; HIGH WEDNESDAY: 82°. Mostly dry for Dillon tonight and Wednesday. Clearing skies overnight will give way to increasing clouds Wednesday. Storm chances are extremely low. Temperatures will be warming into the 80s Wednesday.

WEST YELLOWSTONE: LOW: 40°; HIGH WEDNESDAY: 79°. Partly cloudy and cool overnight for West Yellowstone. Look for increasing clouds by Wednesday afternoon.

Mike Heard

Mike Heard

Chief Meteorologist KBZK & KXLF
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