BILLINGS — Headlines/Current Conditions (As of 3:45pm Saturday)
Partly Cloudy and Sunny across the region but still very cold. Temps in the single digits above and below zero from most of us.
Winter Weather Advisory in effect until 11pm tonight for Northwestern, WY, including Yellowstone National Park. New Snow, 1 to 2” possible as well as extremely cold temperatures and dangerous wind chills. Travel in the region could be difficult, please use caution.
Wind Chill Advisory till Sunday 11am for the Billings area and a good portion of Southern and Western Montana, as well as parts of Northeastern Wyoming. Cold wind chills tonight dropping to 30-40 below zero.
Wind Chill warnings till Sunday 11am for most of Eastern, Northeastern and Central Montana, as well as Northeastern Wyoming. Wind chills could be at 50 below zero.
Frostbite possible on exposed skin in as little as 5 minutes. Use extreme caution if going outside. Stay Warm, Stay Safe and stay in if you can.
Extreme cold. Temps going from –15 to –30 in some spots.
Wind Chill Advisories and Warnings in effect.
Again, please stay in and stay warm.
Temps will be back in the single digits above and below zero for most of the region with partly cloudy skies.
Winds in Livingston area may pick up a bit to 40-50 mph Sunday night. Blowing and drifting snow possible as a hazard.
Still very cold, so use caution.
Monday - Saturday:
We will start to see a slight warm up on the way with temps slowly climbing as the week goes on.
Mostly sunny and partly cloudy for us, but we might see a chance of snow Monday night that could give an inch or two.
Other than that, cool and clear and by next Friday, we could be flirting with 40 degrees (Our average high for this time of the year.)... It will probably feel like 80 degrees after the week we have had.
Stay Safe Everyone!