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Snow East of Billings

Little to No Accumulation But Could Make Travel Tricky
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Posted at 3:06 PM, Dec 27, 2020
and last updated 2020-12-27 17:06:21-05

BILLINGS — Full Forecast

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Some snow showers east of Billings this afternoon. From Roundup to Sheridan, WY to the Dakota borders, look for snow showers to cause limited visibility at times.

No major accumulations are expected, but places like the Bighorn Mountains may see an inch of snow. Showers should dissipate by midnight. But watch for slick roads and fog throughout the night and into the morning. Use caution while driving in Southeastern MT and Northeastern WY area.

In fact, this weather is prompting a Hazardous Weather Outlook from the National Weather Service for most of Northern WY today and tonight. Snow showers possible throughout the region. Again, please use caution while driving.

Tonight:

Temps will be in the teens for most of us. Cold and Clear.

Roads may be slick tonight, with patchy fog through the morning. Visibility could be limited, so please be careful.

Tomorrow (Monday):

Dry, cool and sunny.

Late Monday night, Southeastern Montana and Northeastern WY could see snow moving north into the Dakotas.

Tuesday - Sunday:

Tuesday should see snow showers continue to pass along the Southeastern and Northeastern boarders of MT/WY. Accumulations look to be less than an inch, but travel could be tricky, and visibility might become an issue during the show showers. The rest of the region on Tuesday looks to be cold and cloudy.

Cool and clear for most of the week ahead with temperatures hovering around normal.

Breezy and windy conditions are also possible across our region throughout the week, especially around Livingston area.

Have a good week everyone!