TONIGHT: Cloud cover will continue to be slim into the night tonight as we should expect mostly clear skies with no rain chances. Winds should be anywhere between 5-15 mph and could gust up to about 20 mph. Temperatures cool down a lot tonight with lows into the low 50's and high 40's.
TOMORROW: More southwest wind continues to trek through the region. Although it should only be between 5-10 mph, it should be enough to continue to warm up the area with high's getting up to around or just past 90 degrees. No rain chances should be present.
LONG TERM: We will be under fire alert for the next two days as more dry winds push in even warmer temperatures as we are under a fire weather watch on Saturday afternoon. Good signs are coming in that cooler air tracks into the area on Sunday with a slight shower possible for Yellowstone and Island Park on that day. Rain chances look to hold off until the middle of next week.