High pressure aloft has brought temperatures back to the average or near-average mark for Sunday’s highs.
A few rain and snow showers will be possible this evening northeast and southeast of Great Falls. Any accumulation will be light.
High pressure ridge will continue to build through Tuesday before cresting on Wednesday, keeping temperatures above average with mostly dry and breezy conditions at times.
High temperatures start decreasing on Thursday through the weekend with more chances of disturbances bringing in precipitation.
Best chance of widespread precipitation at this point looks to be Friday night through Saturday.
The STORMTracker weather team will keep you updated on your Thanksgiving and Black Friday forecasts.
In the meantime, enjoy those temperatures in the 40s and 50s.