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Q2 Billings Area Weather: A very warm final weekend of summer ahead

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Posted at 5:36 PM, Sep 15, 2023

BILLINGS — Friday brought a return of sunshine and above-average temperatures to Montana and northern Wyoming as a ridge of high pressure began to build overhead. The final weekend of summer will be a very warm one with highs 10-15 degrees warmer than average.

Changes will begin on Monday as a trough of low pressure pushes over the Pacific Northwest, and that will gradually increase our clouds and begin to cool off our unseasonably warm highs. By Tuesday we can expect a partly cloudy sky and seasonable temperatures.

A trough of low pressure will sweep over the northern Rockies the latter half of next week, and we will round out the final days of summer in a fairly autumn-like way with more clouds, some gusty wind, rain showers, and highs will be around 15 degrees below average.

Have a fun and safe weekend!

Q2 Meteorologist Jason Stiff
Jason.Stiff@ktvq.com