A Little More Snow Coming Our Way

Could see a dusting to 1-2" on Monday
Posted at 3:41 PM, Dec 13, 2020
and last updated 2020-12-13 17:41:08-05

BILLINGS — Full Forecast

Current Conditions/Headlines (Sunday as of 3:30pm):

Cold and clear with temps sitting in the low 20’s here in Billings.

Official snowfall totals from the National Weather Service for Friday 11th & Saturday 12th:

Billings - (At the Airport) 3.6”, Red Lodge – 3.5”, Hardin – 2.5”, Story, WY – 9"

More snow on the way for some of us.

Winter Weather Advisory for Missoula/Bitterroot from tonight till tomorrow at 11am. 1 to 3” of snow possible. Travel Could be affected.

Hazardous Weather Outlook for North Western and North Central WY through tonight. Light snow and cold temperatures may also make travel difficult.


In Billings, it will be cold and clear with snow moving into the region late tonight and early tomorrow morning. Temps will drop into the teens and single digits.

Roads may be slick. Please be careful if driving

Tomorrow (Monday):

50% chance of Snow flurries and showers.

Snow is likely across much of the area. Accumulations will be light to possible just above 2” in and around Billings. Most of that snow will come Monday morning. So please use caution on your morning commute.

Higher elevations will potentially see more accumulations.

Temps in the low 30’s to high 20’s for most of the region.

Tuesday - Sunday:

Mountain snow and high winds along the foothills sum up the rest of the week and weekend.

Hazardous Weather Outlook for Livingston, Nye, Big Timber and Harlowton areas Tuesday through Wednesday. 40 – 60 MPH Wind Gusts Possible. Please use caution if driving in the area along I-90 or Highway 191, especially if you are driving a high-profile vehicle.

The rest of the week, temps will start to climb back into the low 40’s, which is above average for this time of year.

High winds are expected Wednesday over the Beartooth's and again, Livingston and Big Timber could see strong winds.

Have a Great Week Everyone. Be Safe!