Strong Winds and Rain for Monday


Rain and snow showers will be likely through out the day especially in northwest Montana.

Late Friday's system produce several Severe Thunderstorm Warnings and a Tornado Watch for eastern areas of Kansas, while central and western parts of the state had a Blizzard Warning and Winter Weather Advisory.

Wednesday will be the warmest day all week with highs near 80 degrees. Mid 40s to mid 60s through the day with wind gusts to 35 miles per hour will have you grabbing a jacket. There is a 100 percent chance of rain. It will be less humid and cool down with lows in the upper 40s. Under abundant sunshine and west-southwest winds, highs will climb into the middle and upper 60s for us today.

Wednesday will be a little warmer, with high temperatures at 55 to 60 degrees under mostly sunny skies. The winds will diminish late Monday night.* Location.Near mountain ridge tops and along desert mountain slopes into adjacent desert areas.

As expected it was rather chilly this morning with lows in the 30s and 40s in most areas, and some areas saw frost!

Tuesday: Partly sunny and slightly warmer.

After a cold start, temperatures will climb to the lower 50s by lunch-time and into the mid to upper 60s in the afternoon, finally feeling like spring.

As high pressure builds in Thursday behind the weak cold front the next trough will already be working onshore out of the Pacific. So we will enjoy drier conditions underneath clear skies today and most of tomorrow as well.