BILLINGS — After a mild evening tonight, we'll be staring down the possibility of record heat on Sunday in areas like Billings, Miles City, Sheridan, and Cody. That extreme heat will allow for a few strong or even isolated severe storms with winds gusty between 60-80 mph and quarter-size hail Sunday afternoon into the evening as weak energy ripples through.
High pressure aims to keep a steady weather pattern in place next week. In a nutshell- mainly hot and dry! Outlooks are showing this to be the case through the end of the month.
Daytime highs will be in the 90s/100s on Sunday and Monday, 80s/90s on Tuesday, 90s on Wednesday then 80s/90s for the rest of the week.
Expecting nighttime lows to stay mostly in the 50s/60s through the end of next week.
Q2 Morning Meteorologist