There are a couple of chances it showers over the next five days.
A cold front digging down from Canada overnight will create more cloudiness by early Thursday. Temperatures will drop to the 20s for most of southern Montana and northern Wyoming.
Through the morning hours, there is a chance of rain or snow showers with isolated areas of freezing drizzle. The highest risk areas will be from Billings to the north, including Roundup, Ryegate, and Harlowton.
Expect more sun in southern Montana and northern Wyoming, and more clouds from Billings to the north and east Thursday afternoon. Highs will stay mainly in the 30s, near seasonal averages.
Expect warming conditions but an increase in the winds on Friday and Saturday. Winds again will be gusty in the Livingston/Nye area.
A cold front late Saturday into Sunday will once again cool temperatures and bring areas of scattered rain and snow showers on Sunday. Showers will decrease Monday and Tuesday, but highs in the mid to lower 30s will stay.
Wednesday night… Partly cloudy with increasing morning clouds. Low near 25.
Thursday… Mostly cloudy with isolated morning rain or snow showers. Around 36 for the high.
Friday and Saturday… Warming temperatures hitting the 40s in the afternoon, with overnight lows close to 30. Expect some breezy periods with a West wind 10 to 20 mph.