MISSOULA - After a whirlwind of rain, thunderstorms, and even a funnel cloud on Tuesday, conditions look much calmer today.
Clouds will be changing throughout the day, but temperatures will rise to the mid-60s and even 70s for some locations.
The scattered showers may return Thursday for a brief period, but the showers do not look as probable for thunderstorm development like yesterday.
Overall, our low pressure systems will soon be hedged out by a large ridge of high pressure which tends to keep things dry and warm.
Temperatures may reach another record-breaking range in May next week.
Daytime highs should only be hitting in the 60s this time of year, but it's looking like above-normal temperatures will stick around for the rest of May.