We track isolated thunderstorms moving through West-Central and Southwest Montana this evening.
Storms should move out by 9-10 pm across our area.
These are not expected to be severe, but small hail, gusty wind, and frequent lightning are possible with some storms.
The Northwest stays clear of storms tonight.
Overnight lows across the west will reach the upper 40s and low 50s.
Tomorrow we start out with a clear day.
A Canadian cold front will move in through Central and Eastern Montana during the afternoon, but some of Northwest Montana (around Glacier Park and East Glacier) will see the cold front move over them, too.
This will bring a drop in temperatures and breezy conditions to the upper elevations in the park.
Isolated showers are possible ahead of the front through the northwest on Friday afternoon.
Southwest and West-Central Montana will steer clear of afternoon and evening showers and storms tomorrow.
Expect another cooler weekend with a passing cloud or two, but otherwise mild and dry.
Cooler air moves out by Wednesday of next week, and we will see temperatures rebound back to above average.