A big difference in temperatures across Montana today.
Clouds and rain kept Missoula and Kalispell cool in the 60s while the sun warmed temperatures into the lower 90s around Jordan in the northeast.
Radar shows rain in west-central Montana around Missoula.
Winds are generally sustained at 5 to 15 mph in the west and south, but 15 to 25 mph in the north-central and northeast.
Winds blow up to 40 mph in Jordan.
An evening wind advisory for Fort Peck Lake with gusts up to 35 mph.
A steady stream of moisture will bring rain to western and possibly central Montana tonight and Saturday.
Showers and thunderstorms will also move into south-central and eastern Montana.
Some will be severe Sunday in southeastern sections of the state around Miles City.
Heavy rain in the west from Saturday evening to Monday.
A flood watch for the Missoula, Bitterroot, Mission and Flathead Valleys.
Rainfall one to two inches.
Tourists should be aware that heavy snowfall is possible in Glacier Park on Monday and Tuesday.
A winter storm watches over 5000 feet.
Snowfall 2 to 6 inches above 5000 feet, 7 to 14 inches above 6000 feet and 14 to 24 inches above 7000 feet.
Warm up this weekend in eastern Montana with cooler weather out west.
All regions will be cool by Monday and Tuesday with temperatures well below normal.
Lows tonight in the 50s although below 60s in the southeast.
Highs Saturday in the 60s in the west, 70s in the center and 80s in the east.
The highs drop into the 50s and 60s on Monday and Tuesday before rising again later next week.