National Weather Service
Temperatures will continue to rise before peaking near 90 on Thursday, but cooler temperatures are expected over the weekend in Billings.
Temperatures will continue their slow march upward until they peak at 90 degrees on Thursday.
Billings residents will be treated to near-perfect fall weather Sunday and Monday, but temperatures could heat up by week's end.
In Billings on Saturday, expect sunshine and a high of 73, according to the National Weather Service.
Highs on Thursday will reach the mid 80s in Billings, but showers and thunderstorms may cool temperatures in the afternoon.
Hot temperatures are expected in Billings Wednesday, but relief is expected Thursday when cool air and a chance for rain enter the forecast.
Fall and maybe even some summer weather is expected to be back in the forecast in Billings.
Look for sunshine and blue skies in Billings and beyond on Saturday.
The Beartooth Pass is completely open again, according to a news release from the Montana Department of Transportation
Billings' one best chance at snow has likely passed, with warmer weather in coming days.
Billings residents who woke up to light rain and chilly temperatures Wednesday morning will probably see that precipitation turn to snow on Thursday.
Billings residents could wake up to a light snowfall Thursday morning, but the cold weather isn't expected to stay.
Fall weather has made its way to the Yellowstone Valley, but a cold snap Tuesday night could give Billings residents an early taste of winter.
Look for a sunny day Saturday in the area, with highs in the 70s and west winds 5 to 15 mph, according to the National Weather Service.
A long chain of thunderstorms on Wednesday caused a microburst that damaged property and uprooted trees near McCabe in northeastern Montana while causing power outages across the area and into North Dakota.
Rainstorms or thundershowers are possible Wednesday afternoon, but forecasters expect rain to stay out of for the remainder of the week.
A late-month blast of storms that drenched much of the region helped ensure that a cooler-than-normal August in Billings received more than double the usual amount of rain, too.
The Billings Public Library’s parking garden will be constructed before Nov. 1 — well, most of it, anyway.
Cooler weather and minimal rain is expected all through the weekend in Billings.
Weather on Labor Day will be ideal for an outdoor barbecue, but late-day isolated showers could send folks headed indoors a little early.