BILLINGS — The upper low that brought much cooler temperatures with rain and snow is moving up into Canada.
Rain will become much less intense today as an upper low moves up in the Manitoba. It will swing a disturbance down, creating a line of showers moving from north to south across the region.
Showers will be widespread but generally light Thursday, with high temperatures mainly in the 60s through Eastern Montana and northern Wyoming.
As a ridge of high pressure builds in, highs will warm about 10 degrees on average Friday pushing readings into the 70s. A few isolated showers and thunderstorms possible.
Temperatures will settle into the upper 70s to low 80s through the weekend and early next week for the highs, and mainly 50s for the lows. Nothing more than a few stray showers or general thunderstorms look to develop.
Thursday… Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers. A light northwesterly wind 5 to 15 mph. High near 65.
Thursday night… Scattered showers possible in the evening. Otherwise, partly cloudy overnight with a low of about 46.
Friday… Isolated showers or thunderstorms in the afternoon. Otherwise, mostly sunny with a high close to 75.