Temps will remain cooler than average for the rest of the month and a broad trough keeps us unsettled in the Intermountain West. However, the start of your Memorial Day Weekend does look to be a bit drier with just a few showers over the mountains.
Tonight, showers and storms coming to an end with clearing skies. Lows into the 30's and 40's.
Thursday, partly cloudy skies, highs in the upper 50's and 60's with a few afternoon showers and storms.
Friday, looks to be pretty sunny and comfortable with highs into the 60's. Winds will remain elevated with southwest winds from 20-35mph. Most will stay dry with a few isolated thunderstorms over the Montana Divide and Eastern Highlands.
Saturday - Monday (Memorial Day), as for the holiday weekend, things are looking bright. Overnight lows look to be a bit chilly with temps into the 20's and 30's. So might want to bring in those sensitive plants. Afternoon highs will be cool and comfy with temps into the 50's and 60's earlier in the weekend warming into the 70's by Memorial. Some afternoon and evening storms are possible especially on Sunday and Monday.