BILLINGS – Cold air has settled in, and another round of snow possible later Wednesday.
Wednesday, high temperatures will be held mainly to the 20s with a cloudy to mostly cloudy day. Winds will generally be light.
Snow showers will become more widespread from Billings to the west Wednesday afternoon and evening, following a disturbance through the area from north to south. Snow totals will be generally light, in the 1 to 3 inch range.
Billings will likely only see light snow. Areas east of Billings are less likely to see much snow at all.
Despite the cold air temperatures, roadways will still warm up enough to melt snow. As temperatures drop nearer to sunset, some slick spots could develop quickly so use care in your evening commute.
Thursday will start off cold, with lows in the teens, and only warm to the 30s. If winds mix down to the surface, a breezy day will make it feel much colder.
The weekend looks cooler than average for November with scattered area snow showers.