BILLINGS – A spring weather pattern continues, with ups and downs in the temperatures and showers coming and going.
Temperatures will be coolest Wednesday afternoon, with a high still above seasonal averages. Readings mainly in the 50s to about 60 despite a cloudy to mostly cloudy afternoon.
A few sprinkles and showers will remain across the region Wednesday through Thursday morning.
Thursday and Friday will see a spike in the temperatures, with highs hitting the 60s and possibly some low 70s. Expect more sun on Thursday, and more clouds with scattered isolated showers on Friday.
Saturday is trending breezy and cooler, but still above seasonal averages. Highs will stay in the mid to lower 60s across most of the area Saturday through Monday with a chance of hit and miss showers.
The overall trend is towards cooler and wetter weather toward the middle of next week.
Wednesday… Mostly cloudy, with a high of about 59. A light and variable breeze.
Wednesday night… Mostly cloudy with a chance of an overnight shower. Low near 41.
Thursday… Mostly sunny and much warmer. About 68 for the high. West wind increases 10 to 20 mph.