Finally bringing out the sunglasses as sunshine returns Thursday

Dry skies last through the end of the week
Posted at 3:56 PM, Sep 11, 2019
and last updated 2019-09-11 18:00:11-04

MISSOULA — Snow falls through upper elevations in South-Central Montana while Western Montana receives isolated showers throughout the afternoon and evening.

Showers move out of Western Montana tonight.

Tonight's lows get down into the mid to upper 40s and low 50s once again tonight, so expect a fall-like evening walk once again.

Tomorrow will be the first day we see abundant sunshine this week!

High pressure moves in and we stay dry and start warming up through Friday.

Friday remains dry for most of our area, but there is an isolated chance of a shower mostly along the very northwest corner of the state Friday afternoon.

Other than that, we start seeing clouds build in Saturday and Sunday, but high pressure is just strong enough to hold off any precipitation.

Sunday we start seeing the effects of another low moving in off the Pacific.

Expect widespread showers and much cooler temperatures to return as we head into next week.