BOZEMAN - Feeling like an early fall across Montana today. A NW flow aloft is pushing cooler Canadian air through the state with below normal temperatures Monday.
In fact, a tied record low for the Dillon airport with 37 degrees this morning. Forecast lows for Tuesday morning will be chilly as well and could fall near record low pace across SW Montana.
Temperatures will jump nicely Wednesday with near normal highs and lows.
The next weather maker will be a disturbance rounding the back side of a high-pressure ridge Thursday producing an increasing chance for afternoon thunderstorms for our region. A strong SW flow aloft will help push a little monsoonal moisture up into Idaho and Montana.
Labor day weekend is looking good right now with a mostly dry and warm pattern likely, that could change so keep checking in with me throughout the week.