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Q2 Weather: No snow, no severe storms, at least for now

BILLINGS – After everything from snow to thunderstorms over the weekend across Eastern Montana and northern Wyoming, some quiet weather will be welcome.

Clouds will increase Monday, bringing a good chance of showers into the afternoon and evening hours. Some general thunderstorms could develop but are not expected to bring severe weather.

A few stray showers and thunderstorms will develop from Billings to the east on Tuesday, along with a breeze at times. Highs Monday will be mainly mid-60s to mid-70s, and a few degrees cooler Tuesday.

By Wednesday, will trend toward warmer conditions for the rest of the work week. Highs will hit the upper 70s to around 80 Wednesday, with more the highs for the lower elevations hitting the low 80s Thursday and Friday.

Billings forecast:

Monday… Increasing clouds with a high near 75. West breeze 5 to 15 mph.

Monday night… Scattered showers and thunderstorms during the evening. Otherwise, mostly cloudy with a low of around 53.

Tuesday… Partly sunny and isolated showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon. About 73 for the high. Breezy at times.

Ed McIntosh

Ed McIntosh

Ed McIntosh has been forecasting weather for Southern Montana and Northern Wyoming for over 20 years. His weathercasts hold the AMS Seal of Approval. A native Montanan, Ed enjoys the weather each season brings.
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