After some very chilly temperatures and snowfall early this past week, things have swung back around to a milder weather setup.
We have seen breaks of sun and cloud and temperatures well above seasonal along with some breezy winds out of the southwest.
We’ve been talking about it all winter long, but that pattern is always one that helps us see mild and usually dry weather on the eastern side of the continental divide.
A wave of moisture pushes into the western portion of the state overnight into Sunday, but those strong down-sloping conditions limit the ability of that moisture to push out of the foothills. Slight chances of a shower from billings to the Southwest early on Monday, but that is all for the precipitation highlights.
Temperatures should warm on Sunday in to the low to mid 40s across the region, keeping the streak of pleasant conditions alive and well. Again we will feel that breeze out of the southwest and things could get a little blustery, especially in the Livingston area overnight into Sunday.
Temperatures right around the 40 mark with a mix of sun and cloud in the outlook all week long.