Warm temperatures and sunny skies will continue through the weekend in Billings, but a slight chance of rain is in the forecast.
The National Weather Service has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook.
Above-average temperatures, causing snow melt runoff and ice jams, could continue filling streams and rivers to dangerous levels for the next several days, the warning reads.
Residents living along the banks of the Musselshell River, the Little Missouri River and the Clyde Park area of Park County should remain vigilant, the warning said.
Ranchers with young calves should continue to be on high alert, the warning continues, conditions could become breezy, chilly and wet.
Sunny skies and highs near 54 are likely Thursday. Southwest winds of 16 to 18 could change to the northwest by afternoon.
Temperatures will fall to 31 by evening, as skies become partly cloudy.
Partly sunny skies and a slight breeze are possible Friday, as temperatures reach 54.
Friday night there is a 50 percent chance of showers. Lows will reach 36, and skies will be mostly cloudy.