A much cooler and wetter pattern is moving into the area with the region picking up to rounds of rain for your Friday. Highs will linger in the low 70s for most of the region today. The first round of rain will be lighter and develop through the morning and should be out of the region in the early afternoon. The second round of rain is expected to be heavier and develop through the mid-afternoon and with the heaviest downpours expected through the evening. Most of the rain should move out of the area by 10 PM.
BOZEMAN: High: 75; Low: 49. Cooler with rounds of rain expected through the afternoon and evening hours.
BUTTE: High: 73; Low: 46. Lighter rain early in the day with heavier downpours during the evening.
DILLON: High: 76; Low: 45. Pockets of rain are expected to move through the area through the early evening.
WEST YELLOWSTONE: High: 73; Low: 38. Milder temperatures are expected for today with periods of light to moderate rain. A couple storms could produce strong wind and moderate hail late in the afternoon.
COOLER WEATHER OUTLOOK NEXT WEEK:
Temperatures over the course of the next seven days will once again fall below average while our rain chances are ballooning through the first two weeks of September. A much cooler pattern is expected through late next week that will be packed full of quick-moving weather makers. Highs will generally stay in the middle 60s for daytime highs with several chances of rain and/or thunderstorms. The longer-term forecast does indicate warmer weather returning after next week.