Winds gusted to nearly 100 miles per hour along the Rocky Mountain Front on Monday.
Tuesday's winds have been fairly intense to.
By Wednesday those strong gusts will be dying down.
Still, a few spots may see gusts as high as 30 miles per hour.
Despite less wind, temperatures will remain generally above average.
Overnight lows will range from as mild as the 30s in spots like Cut Bank, Great Falls, and Lewistown, to as cool as the teens near Helena.
Expect highs in the mid 30s to mid 40s, which some cooler temperatures in Northeast Montana.
Cloudy skies are expected along the Rocky Mountain Front, with more sunshine farther east.
Everyone will stay dry.