A cold front moving south from Canada will bring moisture behind the front.
Winds pick up with the passing of the front as well.
Rain will be moderate to heavy at times, with a slight chance of some thunderstorms.
Most areas in north central Montana have a good chance of seeing .10”-.50” by tomorrow.
Areas along Rocky Mountain Front could see upwards of an inch of rain.
Temperatures remain unseasonably cool on Saturday.
High pressure ridge builds Sunday which will increase our temperatures back to average.
A warming and drying trend follows for next work week bringing in fire weather concerns again to the state.