BILLINGS — Snow and cold highlight Monday’s weather, and the cold sticks around.
A strong cold front will move from north to south across the area Monday, bringing more snow. Temperatures will only hit the 20s for most of the afternoon highs across south central and southeastern Montana and norther Wyoming.
2 to 4 inches of accumulation will be widespread from Billings to Sheridan, Wyoming westward with heavier accumulations in the foothills and higher elevations of the mountains west of Billings and in the Big Horns.
Watch for the potential of melting on roadways and sidewalks Monday afternoon with refreezing by the evening commute.
The snow will end Monday evening through very early Tuesday from north to south. Lows will drop to the single digits above and below zero early Tuesday and Wednesday with highs in the 20s to low 30s.
Monday…Cloudy with snow increasing through the early afternoon. Areas of blowing snow as winds shift from the west to north. High near 27.
Monday night…Evening snow likely with additional light accumulations. Mostly cloudy with cold wind chills. Low near 6.
Tuesday…Decreasing clouds becoming mostly sunny by afternoon. High near 20.