From Your Weather Authority

Another Pacific storm system will arrive Thursday and we will see a series of these disturbances move through the region again Friday into Saturday. While it won't rain the entire time expect cool and unsettled weather for the rest of the week and into the start of the weekend. Temperatures will get back into the 60s out ahead of the system tomorrow then will be back into the 50s for Friday and into the weekend.

Chief Meteorologist Brian Neudorff 8 p.m. MDT Wednesday
TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy, chance of a mountain snow shower.
WINDS: SW 5-15 mph
LOW: 38 (Mountains: 29)

THURSDAY: Cloudy with showers. Best chance in the afternoon.
WINDS: West 10-15 mph
HIGH: 61 (Mountains: 56)

THURSDAY NIGHT: Showers likely.
LOW: 40 (Mountains: 34)

THURSDAY: Showers, possible thunderstorms
HIGH: 55 (Mountains: 52)