A few flurries fell in the early morning hours here in Billings on Sunday, with more substantial amounts in the Northeast.
The system that has been causing our wintry weekend is on it’s way out and this is the last ditch effort we will see for it to create any snowfall.
The system will continue to clear as we head towards Sunday night and will leave us with cloudy skies for Monday.
Monday afternoon high temperatures will be right around the freezing mark. Afternoon winds on Monday will be light and out of the southwest.
This pattern will hold for much of the rest of the week. We are in a very stable and cool airmass. The remaining moisture will clear out heading into Tuesday, setting the stage for sunny skies for the majority of the week.
Temperatures drop off slightly in the mid-week before rebounding to around 40 degrees by next weekend.