BILLINGS — Full Forecast
Headlines/Current Conditions (As of 3pm Saturday)
Most of MT and WY is still under some Winter Storm Watch, Warning or Advisory.
Wind Chill Advisory for NE MT through Sunday morning. Could see wind chills at 40 below zero. Please stay indoors and keep warm. If you do have to go out, cover all exposed skin. Frost bite can set in in as little as 10 minutes.
Winter Weather Advisory through Sunday night for portions of south eastern MT. Could see additional accumulations of 2 to 4 inches of snow.
Winter Storm Warning till Sunday night for Billings area and most of Central and South-Central MT, as well as parts of Northern and Central WY. Additional accumulations of 4 to 7 inches possible with several feet of snow in the higher elevations.
Avalanche Warnings till Sunday morning for the backcountry in the Bridger Range outside of Bozeman, as well as around areas around Missoula and the NW Montana/Idaho border. This is for all high rated slopes in the region. Over a foot of new snow, weak snowpack and strong winds. Avoid the backcountry this weekend.
For everyone, travel could be very dangerous the next several days. Expect poor road conditions as well as dangerously cold temperatures.
Snow continues as temps drop below zero in many areas.
Southeastern MT could see 20-30 below zero wind chills tonight as well.
If you can avoid going outside, do it.
Much colder with highs in the single digits to below zero.
Wind Chill Advisory for northeastern MT will expire at 11 AM.
Winter Storm Warning and the Winter Weather Advisory for our region will be in effect till 5pm. But there will still be snow showers in our area, off and on.
Monday - Saturday:
By Monday, most of the snow should be out of the region, but there is still a 50% chance of snow showers throughout the day.
There is a chance of a snow shower popping up throughout the rest of the week, but if they do, accumulations should only be light.
The rest of the week looks to be partly cloudy and cold...very cold. High temps will only be in the single digits and below zero for most of next week.
Stay warm, stay safe and stay in.