Thursday Morning Weather Update: Windy and Cool After the Storm
Today: Partly cloudy skies to start, then mostly cloudy and gusty winds by mid-day. The low pressure system that brought t/storms yesterday afternoon will move right over the top of us today, bringing the gusty winds and cooler temperatures with it. Winds between 20-30mph by early afternoon. Also, a chance of some isolated showers for upper portions of the Columbia Basin and our northernmost counties. High: 72°
Wind Advisory: Because of the strong winds expected today a wind advisory is in place for NW portions of Montana until 11PM tonight. Gusts to between 40-50mph possible in and around the Flathead Valley
Satellite & Radar: After the low pressure system moves through today, satellite and radar showing an area of high pressure that will begin to build into the region by the weekend. Long story short, that means temperatures will start to warm up significantly again by the weekend and last into next week.
7-Day Forecast: A cool and gusty day today but if you're a fan of 90 degree temperatures they will return by Sunday! 90 degree temperatures expected through next week as we return to hot and sunny weather.
Friday, June 18 2010 5:53 PM EDT2010-06-18 21:53:38 GMT
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