BILLINGS — Full Forecast
Headlines/Current Conditions (As of 5 pm)
Mid 40’s with mostly cloudy skies here in Billings. Winds are light out of the NW.
Scarred snow/wintry mix possible east of the city through the evening.
Avalanche Warning – till Sunday Morning. MT/ID boarder, mountains around West Yellowstone. New Snow and Strong winds. Both natural and manmade slides likely. Use caution in the back country.
Cool and cloudy. Temps in the teens to 20’s.
Winds start to pick up around the foothills. 35-45 mph wind gusts for Livingston, Nye, Big Timber area tonight.
Could also see some patch fog in certain spots around our region tonight.
Use a little extra caution if you are out and about.
Mild and sunny for most. Temps from the upper 30’s to low 50’s.
Winds will could pick up around the foothills. Livingston might see 50 mph gusts.
Monday - Saturday:
Tuesday evening, temps start to fall again back to right around average. Snow will start to move into the region.
Wednesday, 40% chance of snow in Billings.
Temps will drop by next weekend, back into the 20’s with a chance for snow on both Friday and Saturday.
As of now, we are looking at only light accumulations throughout the week, but we will let you know if that changes.