We've closed out the weekend with another great day.
Temperatures have been warm and comfortable, and we even enjoyed some sunshine early in the day.
Looking ahead into next week, no major changes are expected!
We are tracking a few trouble spots Sunday night, though.
As temperatures have cooled along the Hi-line, some areas of fog have developed.
Fog is expected to linger overnight, reducing visibility, and likely making for a few slippery stretches of road as temperatures fall below freezing into Monday morning.
Overnight lows in the lower 20s are expected on the Hi-line, with upper 20s to lower 30s for the rest of the area.
In addition to the fog, we're tracking an area of light rain and snow showers.
As of now these look pretty insignificant, and they'll track off to the east overnight.
Clearing is expected through the Monday, with many of us enjoying sunshine in the afternoon.
Clouds, and maybe even a few showers, are likely to linger in Eastern Montana.
Highs Monday will be in the mid 30s to upper 40s.
High temperatures will stay in that same range through the work week, with even a few 50s possible by Friday!