Weather Report for Eastern Montana: Expect Storms, Heavy Rain, and Cooler Temperatures

Bryan Dijkhuizen

Eastern Montana is experiencing cooler conditions today. This cool weather is preventing the usual development of thunderstorms this afternoon. However, residents near the Yellowstone Valley can still expect some storms, mainly before 6 pm.

Weather Report for Eastern Montana

As we move into the evening, thunderstorms from the south are forecasted to enter the southern zones.

These storms have a higher chance of bringing heavy rainfall with them.

Later into the night, these storms are likely to extend into the western zones, although they could be weaker by then.

Due to the expected heavy rain, a Flood Watch remains in effect for all areas, excluding Phillips and Petroleum counties, until 6 am MDT Saturday. Residents are advised to stay alert and take necessary precautions to stay safe.

The current weather conditions are being shaped by a deep trough over the western states and a high-pressure system over the northern plains. A combination of moisture from the Gulf of Mexico and off the Mexican coast continues to pose a flood threat.

By Sunday, the weather is expected to shift as the upper trough lifts off into Canada. This should lead to a decrease in severe weather.

However, there will still be chances of showers throughout the day.

Looking ahead to next week, another upper trough is expected to form over California, with a ridge building over south-central Canada.

This will lead to warmer temperatures and an increased chance of showers and thunderstorms, particularly by Wednesday afternoon. Residents should prepare for a warmer week ahead with the potential for sporadic thunderstorms.

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