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Cold the Next Few Days Here in Billings...

But 40's by Next Weekend
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Posted at 2:11 PM, Nov 08, 2020
and last updated 2020-11-08 16:11:03-05

BILLINGS — Full Forecast:

Current Conditions:

Billings and parts to the south and east are out of the woods in terms of snow, but still very cold with some gusting winds possible between 45-55 mph.

There is still a Winter Storm Warning through tonight for parts of our area like Roundup and Musselshell and to the north in places like Glasgow and Fort Peck. Total snow accumulations 3 to 8 inches with 45 mph gusting winds. Watch out for blowing and drifting snow.

A Winter Weather Advisory is also in effect till tomorrow night for eastern portions of the state like Sidney, Glendive and Terry. Total snow accumulations could be up to 3 inches plus ice and 40 mph wind gusts.

Also, there is still a Blizzard Warning till 8am Monday in North Central Montana. Big Sandy, Lewistown, and Great Falls could be seeing several feet of snow once this system has moved back into Canada, plus strong gusting 55 mph winds and blowing/drifting snow.

Travel very much could still be affected in many parts of the state. Please use caution out there. If you don’t have to travel and can stay off the roads, please do. If you do have to travel, slow down, use caution and have a winter survival kit with you.

Tonight:

Cold. Temps in the teens for most of us, with strong winds at times. The cold temperatures combined with the winds will drop wind chills into the single digits/ below zero, with the coldest wind chills to the north of Billings.

Tomorrow (Monday):

Cold and dry, temps in the 20’s and 30’s across much of Eastern MT. But there still could be a lot of ice around due to the cold overnight temps, which could cause a slick morning commute. Teens and single digits again for Monday night.

Tuesday - Sunday:

The week ahead will be cold, temps into the 20’s and 30’s, which are below normal. Tuesday could see a small system move in from the west, but if it brings any precipitation, it probably will be limited to higher elevations.

Could be back up into the 40’s by next weekend.

BE SAFE OUT THERE EVERYONE AND HAVE A GREAT WEEK!