Cool Weekend Forecast For Butte & SW Montana

Cool Weekend Forecast For Butte & SW Montana

For the rest of the week through Friday, temperatures are predicted to bounce around between the high 20s and the low 40s, with a chance of either rain or snow forecast for each day.

The Rohtang Pass (13,050 ft) which was closed again on April 8 due to fresh snowfall has been reopened for vehicular traffic from today, official sources said.

Friday we're expecting 80-degree temperatures that will have it feeling like summer! Highs are back in the 80s by the start of next week.

This is published unedited from the PTI feed. Temperatures will fall overnight, transitioning some of the rain to freezing rain from Cadillac to Oscoda. While a few spots can pick up a thundershower by day's end, most areas will wait until Saturday night for some of the nasty storms to arrive.

Temperatures will warmup for Wednesday with highs in the mid and upper 70s. It's going to be much cooler tonight. This cold front will also cause the rain to become heavier and steadier very late Sunday night through Monday. WIND ADVISORY for Saturday as winds could gust as high as 45 miles per hour with gusts up to 50 miles per hour along lakefront. 'Even with regards to next weekend it is too hard to say'. There will be some lingering showers on Monday afternoon, but things will clear out by the evening.

The amount of rain Modesto gets Sunday and Monday could be between half an inch and an inch, the weather service says. This could even lead to some flooding concerns as well. The low should drop to around 25. Monday night holds another chance of showers. We'll essentially see that swing when it comes to what it feels like outside in a matter of days and hours.

PUEBLO: High - 67; Low - 33. Shear profiles suggest potential for isolated rotating storms but more unidirectional and thus main threat appears to be small hail with colder mid level air moving through.

Following its passage out of Fiji waters, the weather forecasting centre in Nadi says that a high pressure that is to the far Southwest was responsible for the sunny and dry conditions now prevailing over the country.

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