Temperatures on the rise as we enter into the work week.
Not only are we tracking rising temperatures this week, showers and thunderstorms are also expected.
A few weather disturbances will track across the state on Monday, which will likely provide enough atmospheric energy to kick off a few thunderstorms.
A few of these storms will be capable of producing gusty winds, small hail, and heavy rain.
I don’t expect these storms to be overly significant in nature however, the elements needed to produce more severe storms will be present on Monday.
So far flooding hasn't been a major concern in our area however the same can't be said for the HI-Line.
This area continues to see major flooding concerns will all the recent snow melt, and conditions are only expected get worse this next week.
For here at home we are not quite out of the woods yet when it comes to flooding.
We are still dealing with tremendous snow pack which still carries to potential for flood around Helena.
Keep an eye on our STORMTracker Facebook page for the latest and most up to date information.
Temperatures will cool slightly into Wednesday, and more rain is likely.
By Friday conditions are expected to dry out, with temperatures flirting with the 60s.
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