For many of us, Monday has been a nice, fair day.
That's going to be changing.
Storms are expected to develop in the late afternoon, and last into the evening.
In fact, places like Great Falls, Helena, Havre, and Lewistown have a Marginal Risk of seeing severe storms develop, with strong winds and areas of heavy rain being the main threats.
The chance for storms doesn't stop Monday night.
We'll likely see additional storms develop Tuesday afternoon and last into Tuesday night.
Once again, there will be a potential for severe weather on Tuesday.
The Storm Prediction Center has the entirety of North Central Montana under a Marginal Risk for severe weather Tuesday, with areas like Lewistown and Havre under a Slight Risk.
Large hail will be the primary threat with the storms on Tuesday.
Outside of storms we're tracking widely variable temperatures Tuesday.
Highs near Great Falls and Helena will be in the mid to upper 60s, while parts of Eastern Montana will see highs in the mid 80s!