MISSOULA — Friday has been a rainy and stormy day with temperatures remaining below average.
Rain moves out of the northwest first, but stronger storms are possible across the southwest tonight.
A line of storms is pushing through the southwest now.
Some storms are producing gusty wind, frequent lightning, and small hail.
Some storms may produce larger hail through the early evening hours.
Rain and storms move out later tonight.
A few clouds are left behind as we wake up tomorrow, but expect dry conditions to last through Saturday.
Temperatures Saturday will top out in the low 80s and upper 70s.
Sunday another low moves in from the Pacific.
This will bring another round of heavy showers and isolated storms.
Temperatures will drop back into the upper 60s and low 70s.
These showers and cooler temperatures will last through midweek.