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Warm again tomorrow but changes are on the way

BOZEMAN – Summerlike weather pattern over the past couple of days will be ending later this week. For now at least one more warm day is likely with cooler temperatures beginning on Wednesday and much cooler temperatures by the weekend.

Strong High pressure has been controlling our weather pattern with warm and dry conditions but soon a deep trough of Low pressure will slide into the western half of the country and produce a cool and wet weather pattern.

City by City Forecast:

BOZEMAN: LOW: 44°; HIGH SUNDAY: 75°. Mostly cloudy early tonight with a few isolated thunderstorms and gusty winds. Turning partly cloudy after midnight. Tuesday will be another warm day with a few late day thunderstorms.

BUTTE: LOW: 41°; HIGH SUNDAY: 72°. Mostly cloudy and breezy tonight with only a slight chance for an early evening thunderstorm. Tuesday will be another warm with increasing clouds and a few rumbles nearby.

DILLON: LOW: 42°; HIGH SUNDAY: 74°. Watch for an isolated thunderstorm this evening and again Tuesday afternoon and evening.

WEST YELLOWSTONE: LOW: 34°; HIGH SUNDAY 68°. Mostly cloudy with a few isolated early evening thunderstorms. Afternoon thunderstorms or showers are likely Tuesday afternoon.

Mike Heard

Mike Heard

Chief Meteorologist KBZK & KXLF
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