Thunderstorms, rain and cooler temperatures are expected through the weekend in the Billings area.
The Billings area will be hot and mostly sunny on Friday, but temperatures will be a little cooler for the weekend.
Hot temperatures with a slight chance of thunderstorms will continue through the weekend in the Billings area.
Temperatures will reach the 90s through the weekend in the Billings area with isolated thunderstorms possible on Friday.
Temperatures into the 90s along with possible thunderstorms are forecast into the Fourth of July weekend in the Billings area.
Warm temperatures are forecast through the weekend in the Billings area while there is a slight chance for thunderstorms in the evenings, the National Weather Service said.
Cooler temperatures along with possible showers are forecast for Billings on Friday and into the weekend.
No hail is expected to fall on Billings Thursday, but afternoon rains or thunderstorms are possible.
Friday’s weather may be the calm before the storm. The National Weather Service said conditions are developing that could bring severe weather on Saturday, with thunderstorms capable of producing wind gusts of 74 mph and higher, baseball-sized hail and possibly tornados east of Billings.
The Yellowstone River has risen about 7 inches since Sunday, and with rain and temperatures in the mid to high 80s in the forecast Wednesday, levels should continue to rise before going back down.
Billings residents could be treated to some afternoon thunderstorms this week, as the possibility for precipitation continues.
Billings residents should take cover Sunday evening as severe thunderstorms rumble into Billings, according to the National Weather Service.
Warmer temperatures along with a chance for showers and thunderstorms are expected through the weekend in the Billings area, the National Weather Service said.
Cooler temperatures and a chance for showers are ahead for the weekend in the Billings area.
Today residents of the Magic City will be treated to mostly sunny skies with a high of 86 degrees. Make sure to grab a windbreaker, southwest winds blowing from 8 to 15 miles per hour could kick up at any time.
Skies will be partly sunny in the Billings area on Friday but there is a 30 percent chance for showers and thunderstorms after noon and continuing into the night, the National Weather Service said.
Thursday's weather will be more of what Billings has been having all week, but a raincoat may be in order by Thursday, according to the National Weather Service's Billings office.
Temperatures will be in the 90s on Friday in the Billings area but cooler weather is expected for the weekend.
Hot temperatures and a slight chance of thunderstorms are in the forecast for Friday and into the weekend for the Billings area.
Lightning from recent thunderstorms has started a small fire in the northeastern region of Yellowstone National Park, a park spokesman said on Friday.