From the Storm to the Oven: Very warm conditions on tap
A Strong ridge will begin to build into our region, likely bringing us our warmest day of the year, yet
- Conditions will be warmer, drier and overall more stable with temperatures reaching the 70s and 80s
- Things will also feel pretty muggy, as a stout ridge begins to build into our area
- The best chance for a stray thunderstorm will be in the northern hills or Bear Lodge Mountains this afternoon
- Otherwise, most of us will stay dry with plenty of sunshine
- Thunderstorm development will be more likely the farther North you travel today
- Areas of Montana will have a high likelihood of strong to severe thunderstorms
- Only a marginal chance of strong storms exist for areas North of I-90 mainly
- After a quiet, warm Thursday evening, we will roast in the mid to upper 90s for areas East of the Black Hills
- Areas of Wyoming and the Black Hills will remain in the 80s for the most part, but still a warm day!
- Sunshine will be abundant, along with high humidity values East of the Black Hills
- Saturday will be slightly cooler, but still warm with abundant sunshine
- Sunday will see a strong cold front push through the region, bringing a good chance of thunderstorms during the afternoon and Evening hours
- This cooler trend will continue going into next week, with temperatures reaching the low 80s for the high and daily chances of isolated showers and thunderstorms
- Here are some of the wind and hail reports from last night storms, what a light show!
- Send us your pictures, we would love to share them!