Jan 28, 2014 8:29 PM by Bob McGuire-Q2 Weather Center
The next weather system to move into Montana will be a classic, one, two, punch. That's where punch one will be copious amounts of moisture rushing into Montana, all the way from the Hawaiian islands. Punch two, will be another surge of cold Arctic air dropping down from northern Canada. We expect the two punches to arrive in Billings sometime tomorrow evening. That's when we can begin to see the snow develop.
The Billings National Weather Service suggests South Central Montana and Billings could get 3 to 6 inches of accumulated snow out of this before it's all over and done with Thursday night, at midnight. Time will tell. The computer models seem to disagree about how much snow we will get. The models do show around an inch of snow could fall during the first wave of moisture, tomorrow evening.
Tonight: Turning cloudy breezy and cool. Low 26.
Wednesday: Cloudy with a 90% chance of rain and snow, all snow tomorrow night. High 37
Thursday: Snow likely and colder snow amounts between 2 and 5 inches. High 19.
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