BILLINGS — Full Forecast
Current Conditions (Saturday as of 2:45pm):
Here in Billings, cold and clear as most of the snow is leaving our area. Roads may still be slick in spots, so please use caution while driving out there.
Hazardous Weather Outlook in effect for Western and Central Wyoming through Tonight. Light snow continues through this afternoon but will clear by tonight. However, temperatures will be at or below zero for most of the region. Roads may be icy. Also, light to moderate snow will return Sunday and Monday for the western mountain ranges. Light snow will continue for northwest Wyoming through the rest of the week.
It will be mostly clear witha stray flurry possible. Temps will drop into the teens and single digits.
It will be cold. Roads may be slick. Please be careful if driving
Cool and clear. Temps into the 20’s for most of the area.
Winds will start to pick up in the region and may get up to 50 mph especially in the gap areas, Livingston, Nye and Big Timber.
Most of the region will see some wind. Light snow moves in from the West Sunday night.
Monday - Saturday:
20% chance of snow on Monday. Light flurries could be seen here in the city, but accumulation should be minimal. Maybe an inch at best here in Billings, but higher elevations and places like Red Lodge could see some nice fresh powder for skiing.
The rest of the week, temps will start to climb back into the low 40’s, which is above average for this time of year.
High winds are expected Wednesday over the Beartooth's and again, Livingston and Big Timber could see strong winds and gusts.