BILLINGS — Full Forecast
Headlines as of 4pm:
Not a bad looking Boxing day out there. Though parts of our region East of Billings might be getting a little bit of rain and even a few snow showers this evening. No major accumulations are expected, but some areas could have slick roads tonight. Please use caution.
Winter Weather Advisory’s across much of Western MT and Northern WY, including Yellowstone National Park through tonight.
Could see 3 to 6 inches of snow in the park and more in the higher elevations.
Travel could be hazardous in and around the park and in parts of Northern Wyoming. Please use caution while driving.
Some moisture, rain/snow, may still be moving across the region east of Billings overnight. Again, no major accumulations expected in the low-lying areas. However, watch for slick roads.
Mostly clear in and around the city. Temps will be in the mid to upper 20’s.
Cool and clear, with temps in the 30’s for most of us.
Breezy around Livingston/Big Timber but no wind warnings are likely as of yet.
Monday - Saturday:
Cool and clear for most of the week ahead with temperatures hovering around normal.
There might be a slight chance of precipitation on Tuesday, but any rain or snow that dose come out of the system moving through the area will be light and isolated to the southeast corner of the Montana.
Breezy and windy conditions are also possible across our region throughout the week, especially around Livingston area.