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Stronger storms possible as widespread chances return through the end of the week

After a warm start for most of the state, temperatures will reach into the mid 80s and even low 90s this afternoon.

Late afternoon and early evening thunderstorms develop across Central Montana.

A few storms may be stronger and produce small hail, gusty wind, and frequent lightning.

Chances of thunderstorm development increase this tomorrow afternoon and evening, as well.

Tomorrow a cold front moves down from Canada.

This will help give enough energy to trigger another round of those stronger, late-day storms across the area.

The Northeast Hi-Line is under a Marginal Risk for severe storms tomorrow afternoon:

Tomorrow's Severe Weather Outlook
Tomorrow’s Severe Weather Outlook

Temperatures will take a slight drop Saturday but stay right at or just below average.

Rain and storm chances remain in the forecast through the end of the weekend and into next week.

Elizabeth Copeland

Elizabeth Copeland

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