BILLINGS — The cool down continues today as Fall really begins to settle in.
We can expect mainly dry conditions under partly cloudy skies through Saturday. An area of low pressure will begin to influence the area on Saturday bringing chances for rain that could linger through early Tuesday morning. As of now, Sunday night into Monday looks to be our best chance of seeing accumulating rainfall but no more than a quarter of an inch is expected throughout the area with around a tenth of an inch a safer bet.
The Beartooths could pick a few inches of snow over the weekend.
A quick look ahead to next week shows a rather quiet pattern with cooler than average temperatures.
Daytime highs will be mainly 60s today, 60s/70s tomorrow and Saturday, 50s/60s on Sunday, 60s on Monday then 60s/70s Tuesday and Wednesday.
Lows will be in the mainly in the 40s tonight and tomorrow night then 40s/50s Saturday night through the middle of next week.
Q2 Morning Meteorologist