BILLINGS - It’s a beautiful Monday across the Big Sky Country - not only do we have plenty of sunshine, but we also have warmer temperatures.
Here in the early afternoon, the temperature has warmed up way on the other side of freezing in Billings to 42 degrees.
We also have clear blue skies all the way up to the northwest corner of the state by Glacier National Park.
The only issue we see across the state is one of flooding due to the warmer temperatures and the sunny skies rapidly melting the snow up in the mountains.
In fact, we have a Flood Watch through the rest of Monday afternoon into Tuesday afternoon for much of the Rocky Mountains and all the way over into the big and little Snowy Mountains.
All of this is due to a new ridge of high pressure building up over most of the northern Rockies and the Canadian Rockies and the Canadian Prairie Provinces.
So basically we have great car wash weather across all of Montana.
And the big news is it’s going to stay this way for several days, at least through midweek.
The only thing we expect to see is mostly cloudy skies rolling in at night and giving us partly cloudy skies in the afternoon.
Tonight: Mostly clear and continued cool. Southwest winds 5 to 10 mph. Low 23 degrees.
Tuesday: Sunny and warmer. South winds 5 to 10 mph. High 50 degrees.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny and warmer. South winds 5 to 10 mph. High 54 degrees.
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