Weather on Labor Day will be ideal for an outdoor barbecue, but late-day isolated showers could send folks headed indoors a little early.
Cooler temperatures are expected this week in Billings, but the lower temperatures will bring an increased chance of showers Sunday and Labor Day.
A deluge that soaked much of the Montana Hi-Line with as much as eight inches of rain earlier this month caused record flooding that had some areas still under water on Friday.
If the forecasts hold true, Friday should provide a pretty accurate peek at Billings' weather through Labor Day.
Temperatures in Billings are expected to near 90 on Thursday, but weekend highs should be significantly cooler.
Warmer temperatures are likely in the Billings area for the next few days, but cloudy skies and the threat of rain could chill temperatures over the weekend.
Billings residents who dragged out thick blankets to keep warm in the cooler weekend weather can put them back in the attic.
Rainy weather and cooler temperatures ruled the weekend, but the storm system has moved into North Dakota and Canada allowing temperatures to recover.
The Musselshell River in Roundup is up after receiving several inches of rain this weekend.
An unusual August storm, which has dropped between 1 and 3 inches of rain in Yellowstone County, continues to drizzle in the Billings area but was expected to come to an end Sunday afternoon.
Thunderstorms, rain and cooler temperatures are expected through the weekend in the Billings area.
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.