BILLINGS — We take a break from the wintry weather and return to fall.
A bit of a breeze should help to hold up overnight temperatures, with most of the readings early Saturday still chilly in the teens to mid 20s. By the afternoon, plenty of sunshine should make temperatures in the mid-40s to low 50s feel a bit warmer.
With a lot of the snow melting, temperatures will manage to make the 50s for the highs and overnight temperatures won’t be as cold. Morning readings will be mainly in the upper 20s to 30s from Sunday through Tuesday.
A week disturbance Monday brings our only real chance of rain showers with some higher elevation snow. The warmest days will be likely be Wednesday and Thursday, but both days are expected to be breezy.
Friday night… Clear to mostly clear with a low of about 24. Southwest wind 5 to 15 miles per hour.
Saturday… Sunny and warmer. A high near 49 with a light breeze.
Sunday and Monday… Highs mainly in the 50s and lows in the 30s with clouds increasing Monday.