High pressure will continue to dominate our forecast on Wednesday, allowing for another round of above average temperatures.
Highs are expected to reach the mid to high 40s for most.
A batch of Pacific moisture is on track to slide through the state overnight.
Most of Central Montana will see a rain and snow mixture with some light accumulation by morning.
Skies will continue to clear following the passage of this system on Thursday.
Strong wind is on track to move in Friday afternoon, lasting through the day on Saturday.
A high wind watch is set to go into effect for portions of North Central Montana in anticipation of this system.
Wind gusts in upwards of 60 mph are likely through Saturday.
Forecast models are hinting at snow and cold for the fist portion of next week.