BILLINGS — Far from a warm up, but still not as cold.
Expect to sunny to mostly sunny day Wednesday, with temperatures nudging up to the 20s and low 30s for afternoon highs. Overnight temperatures won’t be as cold, slipping mainly to the teens and low 20s.
Winds will increase in the Beartooth foothills by Wednesday afternoon and evening, with wind gusts around Livingston reaching about 60 mph overnight. Breezy conditions will extend as far East as to around Billings.
A week disturbance will move out of Canada Thursday bringing a chance of a few snow showers by the afternoon and evening. Despite increased clouds, Thursday will be warmer with a highs in the upper 30s to lower 40s in the lower elevations.
Temperatures nudge upward through Sunday when highs will reach the upper 40s to about 50°. Expect another downturn in the temperatures early next week with scattered rain and snow showers by Sunday night.
Wednesday… Sunny with a high near 30. Southwest wind 10 to 20 mph.
Wednesday night… Increasing clouds with a low near 22.
Thursday… Partly sunny early with increasing afternoon clouds. A high of around 41. A chance of late afternoon or evening showers.