Rain and thunderstorms are likely for the next several days in Billings.
Another hot and sunny day is expected in Billings Tuesday, but relief is on the way. The National Weather Service predicts that cooler temperatures and the possibility of rain and thunderstorms are expected to head to the Yellowstone Valley on Wednesday.
Another hot and dry day is in store for Billings Monday, but a rain shower could bring relief to the Yellowstone Valley Tuesday afternoon.
After a cool and wet weekend in Billings, the early part of the week is expected to heat back up and dry out.
There's a chance that Friday's weather in Billings could be the inverse of the day before, which started out with a steady, light drizzle but ended with clear skies and warmer temperatures.
Billings residents may see a weather event that has not been seen for a while on Thursday, rain.
Nothing more than a trace of rain has fallen so far on Billings in August and that might not change for a while.
Not a drop of rain should fall on MontanaFair Monday but fair goers should keep an eye on conditions Tuesday, a thunderstorm could make an appearance.
Clear skies and plenty of sunshine will make the Magic City a hot and dry place to be for the next few days.
The Billings area will be hot and mostly sunny on Friday, but temperatures will be a little cooler for the weekend.
Billings residents headed outside today will want to slather on the sunscreen, because skies are expected to be sunny and the heat will be on.
Billings residents who enjoyed a rare few days of cooler temperatures will have to wait a while before they get more. The mercury is expected to rise near 90 Thursday and will stay there until Tuesday at the earliest.
Only trace amounts of rain fell on Billings Monday, but the chance for precipitation will continue over the next few days.
Temperatures in Billings hit 100 degrees last month for the first time in more than two years, marking what was otherwise a mostly typical month of weather.
Residents of central Montana planning outdoor events Monday and Tuesday should spend some time consulting their local forecasts before heading out.
Billings residents who have been diligently watering plants all July may get a day off. There is a chance of rain in the forecast every day this week.
July 2014 will go down in the record books as a dry month in Billings, and relief might not be headed this way any time soon.
The parched Billings area will continue to bake in the sun as temperatures in the Magic City hover near 90 for the remainder of the work-week.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Southeastern Wyoming could get heavy rain from a strong storm system mixing with seasonal monsoon moisture.
Billings residents intent on keeping their grass green will have to keep watering their lawns this week, because no relief from hot and dry weather is expected until Friday.