BILLINGS — A Tornado Watch has been posted for much of south central and southeast Montana as well as northeast Wyoming – including the Billings area – until 9:00 pm Sunday.
In addition, the National Storm Prediction Center has once again painted much of Montana and northeast Wyoming with a marginal to slight risk of isolated to scattered strong to severe thunderstorms.
Portions of central Montana, north of Billings, are under an enhanced risk with severe thunderstorms likely through tonight.
In addition to potential tornadoes, area severe thunderstorms can contain heavy rain and localized flooding, dime-size to baseball-size hail and 60 to 80 mph damaging winds.
Pay attention to the skies, be ready to take cover at a moments’ notice, keep your Q2 Stormtracker Weather App handy on your smart phone, and monitor KTVQ for severe weather alerts as they occur Sunday afternoon and evening.
The forecast for Billings
Tonight: TORNADO WATCH until 9pm with a 70 percent chance of thunderstorms, some potentially severe, and a low of 57.
Monday: Sunny and cooler, west winds 15 to 25 mph and a high of 82.
Monday night: Mostly clear and mild with a low of 55.
Tuesday: Sunny and warm with a high of 84.