High clouds have been stubborn Thursday, blocking out what would have been nice sunshine.
Besides that, there's not much to complain about!
Temperatures have been warm, climbing as high as the mid 50s, and winds have been much lighter than the rest of the week.
In some even better news, warm weather is going to be staying with us!
Most of us will see highs in the 60s Friday, with some spots only a few degrees away from record warmth.
Skies will be sunny Friday, and winds will be a bit stronger, occasionally gusting over 30 miles per hour.
There is one issue with the warm temperatures in the forecast.
Parts of Northeast Montana are seeing some small stream flooding due to snow melt.
A Flood Advisory is in effect for parts of Phillips and Valley County until Sunday morning.