BOZEMAN - It was a calm day to start off fall! Highs are expected to be in the 60s and 70s tomorrow with a few clouds around in the morning. We should remain dry tomorrow and Wednesday.
Wet weather is on the way for Thursday as a deep Pacific disturbance will push into the region. A powerful cold front is expected to be on its heals which will drop highs into the 40s by the weekend. This could lead to a significant winter storm for the mountains starting on Friday. We may even have some accumulating snowfall down to an elevation of 5000 feet by the weekend. Stay tuned for more updates from STORMTracker weather team.