We’re looking at another hot one across the state.
Montana Ag Network
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Critical fire weather and poor air quality will be the main concerns for Tuesday.
A strong high pressure ridge will continue to bring hot and dry weather to Montana this week.
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A passing cold front will kick off winds and cool temperatures slightly on Wednesday.
Temperature will be well into the 90s on Tuesday with mostly sunny skies.
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Winds will remain prominent again on Friday with 30 to 40 mph gusts throughout Central Montana.
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A tight pressure gradient over Montana will ramp up winds on Thursday and Friday.
High pressure will begin to build on Wednesday, providing a much drier forecast through the weekend.
A few afternoon thunderstorms remain a likelihood on Tuesday.
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A few afternoon thunderstorms remain a likelihood as we we kick off the work week.
High pressure will continue to build as we head toward the weekend.
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High pressure will be the main talking point over the next few days.
Hot and dry weather is on track to return to Montana.