Posted: Jan 6, 2013 4:41 PM by Rob Griggs- Q2 Weather Center
Updated: Jan 6, 2013 11:02 PM
BILLINGS - Although 2013 is off to a somewhat mild, uneventful start so far...the REAL January weather appears to be making a return later this week. The first half of the work week will by seasoned with warmer than average temps and strong gusty winds. The second half of the week is seasoned with much colder temps and even a few flurries here and there. Early on, wind gusts of up to 65 mph along the upper Yellowstone Valley will make high profile vehicle travel a bit dicey, so be careful. And later on, as of about Thursday or so, cold air and flurries could easily create slick roads and some visibility issues.
The forecast for Billings tonight: partly cloudy, breezy and 23 / Monday: mostly cloudy, breezy, a 20% chance of flurries, and 37 / Tuesday: increasing clouds, windy and 42
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