The computer model shows that we could see some rain moving in the south-central Montana around 1 a.m.
Friday night: A chance of rain, mainly after 8 p.m. With cold air aloft, instability will certainly lead to a fair amount of clouds bubbling up as well, so expect mostly cloudy skies. Highs will struggle to reach 40 with wind chills in the 20s. West wind around 14 miles per hour.
Look for snow showers overnight mixing with a little rain early. Temperatures will fall below freezing. As a broad upper-level trough of low pressure slowly exits to our north, some slight ridging of the jet stream will briefly return leading to a fairly sunny day. Tuesday's night low will be 28. Look for clouds to increase with rain showers overspreading much of the area from late Wednesday night into much of Thursday.
Then, after the winter weather moves out Thursday, Barlow's forecast calls for partly-to-mostly sunny conditions and a high of 46. Unsettled and colder Thursday.
Mother Nature just had to bring in one more round of snow showers for the High Country on Monday after heavy rains and thunderstorms dampened the area on Sunday. Temperatures will stay mild with some light rain Wednesday but the real warm up comes later on towards the weekend. High pressure will slowly build in from our west leading to a fair amount of sunshine. East wind 7 to 13 miles per hour.
A low of -4 C is expected.
Sunday was expected to turn partly sunny with a high in the mid- to upper 50s.
And Monday, Barlow is calling for a high all the way up to 62 degrees.