As the cold front continues to push through western Montana, breezy winds will stick around with gust around 30-35 miles per hour through Saturday evening.
Monday brings more of the same. Lows will be in the mid- to upper-40s and low 50s. A few showers are possible after 8 PM Monday, but a lot of the activity looks to stay just north of the viewing area.
Tuesday will be moslty sunny with a high of 46 and a low of 36.
Billings is unlikely to see much precipitation, according to the National Weather Service, but could see wet snow accumulation of less than an inch overnight and into Monday morning. Widespread thunderstorms are not expected; although with the slow progress of the front, there will be more rain with this system through Thursday night. Showers will come to an end Sunday morning but clouds will stick around, we could see pockets of light drizzle and temperatures will stay cold Sunday.
Temperatures will start mild - in the 60s - before reaching the low 80s again by the afternoon. Highs in the mid 50s.
Dry and cool high pressure will build into the Cape Fear Region as the new work week begins.