So far Monday is a little on the gloomy side, but dry. That will change, at least for some of us, as we head into the afternoon.
Scattered showers will begin to develop, and with a small amount of instability present, even a few rumbles of thunder will be possible.
Rain and snow showers will linger on and off through Tuesday and even Wednesday, but little to no snow accumulation is expected at lower elevations.
Temperatures will be cooler as the systems kicking off the showers moves through.
Highs tomorrow will be as cold as the lower 30s near Cut Bank, and as mild as 4s the mid 40s near Helena.