A series of disturbances keeps the weather off balance.
A ripple Monday afternoon will create showers, especially in the mountains and adjacent foothills. Accumulations there will be modest, with an inch to 3 inches in general with a rain/snow mix more common for the lower elevations.
Highs Monday will be mainly in the 30s and 40s with some low 50s in northern Wyoming. Tuesday, readings bounce to the 40s and 50s more widespread.
Wednesday will be warmer with 50s o around 60 for highs, but winds increase from the foothills extending toward Billings. Another chance of showers develops Wednesday night through Thursday.
Monday… Partly sunny early with scattered rain and snow in the afternoon and evening. High near 46. Variable wind 5 to 15 mph.
Monday night… Mostly cloudy with especially evening rain and snow with only light accumulations expected. Low of about 30.
Tuesday… Gradual clearing and about 53.