After two days of severe weather in Central and Eastern Montana, we finally will have sunny skies and mild temperatures in store today.
The cold front that moved through the Treasure State yesterday triggered a round of severe thunderstorms lasting through most of the evening.
The cold front moved out of our area early this morning and left behind sunny skies, drier air, and mild temperatures.
The average temperatures for this time of year in Helena and Great Falls are in the low to mid- 80's.
Today we will actually be below average for the first time in a while and will see highs topping out around 81 for both the Electric and Capitol City.
With plenty of sunshine and another high pressure ridge building in our area, we will see those highs shoot right back into the 90's by Friday.
Another cold front will move through Saturday cooling us down once again for the weekend, but there will be a slight chance of isolated thunderstorms Saturday afternoon.
These won't be anything to washout your weekend plans though!
It will be a great couple of days to enjoy the outdoors.
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