Building high pressure will allow for temperatures to reach the high 80s once again in Central Montana.
Overall, Friday is shaping up to be on the mild side with much less wind and clear skies.
High pressure will continue to strengthen on Saturday, allowing for daytime highs to climb to the low 90s under mostly sunny skies.
The wind is expected to stay a bit more prominent on Saturday, primarily due to an incoming weather maker.
Big changes are in store for Sunday as much cooler air invades the state.
The day will start out a bit windy with partly cloudy skies.
Temperatures should be able to reach the mid 80s before this much colder air moves in.
Forecast models are suggesting that a cold front will drop into the state Sunday evening.
This cold Canadian air will allow for temperature to continue falling and will also help to kick off rain overnight into Monday morning.
This system is looking to be rather aggressive and some snow is likely in the mountains early Monday.
Temperatures will remain chilly on Monday with highs in the upper 50s.
Over night lows on Monday are expected to fall to the low 30s!
Temperatures will begin to regain some strength on Wednesday with highs in the low 70s.