Temperatures in the upper 50s are possible on Thursday, and Friday and Saturday highs be in the upper 60s, but a cold weather front off the Pacific is poised to chill temperatures on Sunday and early next week.
Temperatures in Billings will remain in the 50s and 60s for the rest of the week, but cooler weather is coming.
Sunny skies and temperatures in the mid 50s are expected in Billings Tuesday.
Wind speeds up to 50 mph and temperatures in the low 50s are expected Monday from Billings to Livingston.
Residents spoiled by unseasonably warm temperatures during the last week will get a dose of reality starting Sunday afternoon.
The unseasonably warm weather Billings has been experiencing for the last few weeks will continue until temperatures drop on Sunday when rain enters the forecast.
Another sunny day is likely in Billings on Wednesday, but temperatures are expected to be a little cooler than they were Tuesday.
Another day with above-normal temperatures is expected on Tuesday, but possible showers overnight will likely cool highs on Wednesday.
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Clear skies are expected in Billings Monday and Tuesday, but a shower is possible Tuesday night.
Crystal clear skies and temperatures in the 70s are likely for most of the week in Billings.
Gusty winds will continue to blow across southern Montana early Thursday, but then give way clear sky and warm weather, according to meteorologists.
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Tuesday marks what should be the first of two straight days of temperatures in the 70s in the Billings area.
Torrential rain and hail about 3:10 p.m. Sunday caused two separate accidents, both on Interstate 94 near mile marker 2, according to the Montana Highway Patrol.
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Skies will be mostly sunny in the Billings area on Friday while temperatures will be mild, with a high of about 66 degrees, the National Weather Service said. Westerly winds will be about 6 mph and changing to easterly in the afternoon.
Temperatures will be almost 20 degrees cooler than they were on Wednesday in Billings, but skies will still be mostly clear and no rain is in the forecast.
Sunny skies and highs in the 70s will make for near-perfect weather in Billings Wednesday.
After a windy Monday in Billings, Tuesday's weather is expected to feature calmer winds, cooler temperatures and a possible shower.