MISSOULA — We have been tracking showers and storms moving into the northwest this afternoon and evening.
No storms are expected to be severe, but we do track frequent lightning with some of these storms.
Dry air moves in tomorrow morning, and we will see a lot more sunshine.
Temperatures will be warming to above average through Labor Day weekend.
We are tracking a chance of isolated showers on Monday afternoon and evening.
The good news is that these will be isolated and short-lived, so we aren’t expecting any washed-out Labor Day plans!
Otherwise warmer weather sticks around next week.
We do have chances of rain back in the forecast by the end of next week, too.