High pressure ridging will increase temperatures and dry us out through mid-week

Posted at 3:47 PM, Nov 17, 2018
and last updated 2018-11-17 17:47:31-05


High temperatures on Saturday are still well below average.

Upper level ridging is building across the region today which will bring in a warming and drying trend to the forecast once again for the first half of the work week as well as breezy southwest winds.

High temperatures on Sunday will start to increase back to near-normal and by Monday, many areas will be seeing above average temperatures.

A few rain and snow showers are possible Sunday night into early Monday for areas north and east of Great Falls. Any accumulation from these light showers will be little to nothing.

High pressure ridge remains through Wednesday before starting to move east.

Clouds and chances of precipitation return by Thanksgiving and lasting into the weekend. Temperatures will also start cooling back down into the 30s and 40s after Wednesday as well.