A low pressure is now located in Canada, continues to stay nearly stationary, which is bringing more precipitation to Northeast Montana.
A band of showers, with some thunder possible has also formed from a line near Cut Bank to Great Falls this afternoon.
Mostly all precipitation clears out and moves towards the east tonight.
There is the possibility of some fog forming overnight, especially in low lying areas, where it had rained.
Temperatures warm back up a bit on Sunday, with most areas back into the 70s in the afternoon.
But, a disturbance moves through Sunday afternoon, which will bring more pop up showers.
Temperatures will continue to rise Monday and through the work week.