Our unsettled and active weather pattern has finally moved out.
We track much calmer conditions (storm activity-wise) through next week.
Dryer air does move in, and vegetation will likely dry quickly due to windy conditions that pick up the last half of the week.
Wind gusts could get up to 25-30 MPH today.
Tomorrow is expected to be the windiest day with 40-50 MPH across North-Central Montana and the Rocky Mountain Front.
Abundant sunshine stays in the extended forecast, but cooler than average temperatures are also forecasted through the weekend.
A few isolated showers and storms can’t be ruled out tomorrow across the Divide, but other than that expect a cool, dry, and windy end to the week.