A few disturbances move through ahead of a cold front that is pushing down from Canada.
Isolated showers develop this afternoon with a few of them becoming non-severe thunderstorms.
Overnight pockets of rain become a little more widespread through Central Montana by tomorrow morning.
High pressure finally kicks out the cooler, wetter weather by Thursday.
A nice, strong ridge builds in from our west bringing clear skies and warmer weather.
Temperatures go from 5-10 degrees below average through mid week to 10-15 degrees above average by the weekend.