Tuesday, May 13, 2003
Billings Area: Temperatures will continue to warm up for the next several days and hit and miss showers and thunderstorms are likely as well. There will be a good chance of hit and miss showers and thunderstorms this afternoon and again on Thursday with Wednesday being mostly dry.
Montana: A ridge of high pressure is building over the region and this will make for warmer temperatures statewide through at least Thursday. While there is a good chance of showers and thunderstorms in the east and northeast today, the western half of the state will be mostly dry. Mostly dry weather should be expected statewide on Wednesday.
Wyoming: If you have been looking forward to some warmer weather, this looks like the week we will finally have a chance to see more sun with temperatures into the 60s and lower to mid 70s through the middle of the week in many locations. The main storm track will stay north, but isolated or scattered thunderstorms may still dot the horizon. A better chance for thunderstorms moves in Thursday.
Yellowstone: Pleasant Spring weather is developing and will last into Wednesday and Thursday. Days will be mild and mostly sunny through Thursday with partly cloudy and brisk nights.
Bighorn Canyon: Hit and miss showers and thunderstorms are likely for today, but overall conditions will be rather nice. Very nice weather is expected on Wednesday with spotty showers and thunderstorms redeveloping on Thursday.