MISSOULA — Dry air moves into Western Montana this weekend.
Highs remain in the mid to upper 30s in valleys.
A 40-degree day is even possible Sunday for the Bitterroot Valley!
Blue skies will fill in above after a mostly cloudy week.
Heading into next week, a few clouds return for the northwest.
An isolated shower is possible in northwest Montana as the rest of us stay dry.
We do take a slight dip in temperatures Tuesday of next week.
Highs in West-Central Montana will reach closer to average (right around freezing).
For the most part, we are looking at a calm, uneventful couple of days around Western Montana weather-wise.
We can expect a few areas of dense fog in the morning though, so still looking for some freezing fog to affect roadways early in the mornings.