BILLINGS — Warming trend begins today.
After a very cold night across the region, mostly dry and warmer weather eases into the region Friday.
On Thursday, Billings tied the 2002 record cold maximum high of 20 degrees.
Miles City fell to 2 degrees this morning, breaking both the daily and monthly record low.
Patchy fog will linger in the region until later this morning.
Although colder than average for early April, most daytime highs today will edge into the 40s.
The warming trend will bring sunshine and daytime highs into the 50s by Sunday, and into the 60s early next week.
The forecast for Billings
Today: Patchy fog this morning becoming sunny and warmer with south winds 5 to 15 mph and a high of 46.
Tonight: Partly cloudy and not as cold with a low of 27.
Saturday: Mostly sunny and warmer, northeast winds 5 to 15 mph and a high of 51.