Posted: Dec 23, 2012 7:54 PM by Rob Griggs- Q2 Weather Center
Updated: Dec 23, 2012 11:39 PM
BILLINGS - It's probably going to be a white Christmas...it's just a matter of how much of that white stuff we'll see. Temps will begin to drop to the single digits with a few sub-zero readings tonight and tomorrow night. Once the cold settles in, the snow will begin falling across much of the state and region. Across the plains, anywhere from a dusting to 4 inches of snow is expected. Higher amounts in the mountains. And although it will clear up on Christmas day, the cold temps should keep what snow we have from melting away this week. Daytime highs will start to crawl back towards the freezing mark by this weekend. Brrrr!
The forecast for Billings tonight: a slight chance of snow and a low of 9 / Monday: 80% Snow and 11 / Monday Night: 60% Snow and -1 / Christmas day: Decreasing clouds and 15
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