BILLINGS — Full Forecast
Current Conditions (Sunday as of 3:30pm):
Temps for much of the region are in the mid 40’s.
A Hazardous Weather Outlook for Livingston and Big Timber areas from now through Monday. Winds gusting 50 to 55 mph. Strong crosswinds will cause travel concerns, especially along interstate 90.
Also, a Special Weather Statement for the Cody, WY Foothills through Monday. West winds 20 to 30 mph. Localized gusts up to 50 mph. Please be careful driving especially along Highway 120.
Temps into the teens and 20’s for most of us as a Low-Pressure system moves in from Canada and the West. This will keep winds with us for the next day or so.
Temps into the low 40’s for much of our region.
Some precipitation is possible in the western mountains and adjacent plains. There could be a brief but intense snow around Judith Gap and Harlowton areas, which could cause visibility issues, but it is not expected to have much by way of accumulations.
Winds could also be strong in this area and in and around the Livingston/Big Timber corridor. There could still be strong gusts of 50 mph and dangerous crosswinds through Tuesday.
Here in Billings, we may see some flurries or a little rain, but no major accumulation of snow.
Tuesday - Sunday:
Tuesday and Wednesday, winds could still be on the breezy side. Wednesday will be the coolest day of the week, but still a few degrees above average.
The rest of the week will be mild with above average temps in the upper 40’s and low 50’s.
Have a great week everyone!