It is National Pumpkin Day, and our pumpkin carving forecast looks to be mostly dry but breezy.
We will still stay above average for afternoon temperatures, but it will feel a little more chilly due to the breezy conditions.
Showers don’t quite make it over the Rockies today, and isolated showers continue breaking up through the afternoon.
Some showers are expected across Central Montana, but most of us will stay dry and cloudy.
Rain chances increase as we head out of the weekend and start next week.
Temperatures will start taking a dive by Tuesday and highs will be in the upper 40s starting midweek next week.