BILLINGS — Monday Afternoon Conditions:
Temps are in the low to mid 40s for most of us in the region with partly cloudy skies.
There is a hazardous weather outlook for western and central Wyoming, including Yellowstone National Park through the night. Snow showers will bring about an inch of accumulation, which may make the roads slick. Use caution while traveling in the Cowboy State.
Temps will drop down into the teens and 20’s for most of us. Cold and clear.
Temps will continue to stay in the mid to upper 40s across much of the region. Winds will start to pick up Tuesday night and will continue through Wednesday. Gusting winds likely in Livingston and Nye areas.
Wednesday - Sunday:
Temps will be above average for the next several days, rising into the mid to upper 40s. Winds may be gusting still on Wednesday and Thursday, again especially around Livingston and Nye areas. Chances of 60 mph gusts are possible. This may affect travel plans a bit, especially if you are driving a larger vehicle.
Thursday, Thanksgiving day, look for strong winds during the overnight into the morning. During the day, temps will be in the mid to low 40s and sunny. Perfect turkey-eating weather.
Though winds may be strong at times this week, temps will be at or above normal and we could see 50 degrees on Saturday.