BILLINGS — Good morning.
A storm system along the four corners region should stay to our south as high pressure influences conditions through tomorrow keeping us dry.
Our next system moves in from the west and may give us a chance at a wintry mix or maybe even a few flurries on Thursday, but this looks to stay more to the west and south of Billings. That should be it in terms of precipitation for the rest of the week as high pressure takes over once again as we head into the weekend.
It will be breezy today with winds out of the west that could gust over 25+ mph later this afternoon into the evening. Will remain breezy for the rest of the week with winds mainly between 10 to 20 mph with gusts over 20+ mph (if not stronger) possible.
Today’s highs will tip a bit over normal, hitting the mid to upper 30s before warming up to several degrees above average for the rest of the week. Expect highs in the 40s and lows in the 20s through the early part of next week.