BILLINGS — Patchy blowing snow remains especially east of Billings, and increasing chances for snow is developing overnight for Billings to the west. It will be very cold with lows mainly in the teens below zero and wind chills in the eastern plains will approach 40 below zero.
Periods of light snow will continue Wednesday morning especially from Billings to the west and south, ending in the afternoon. Expect most areas to see an inch or less.
Expect single-digit highs near the mountains Wednesday, subzero cold all day around Billings and the surrounding counties, and teens below zero closer to the Dakotas. Wednesday night will be very cold with lows in the -20s north and east of Billings.
A warm front on Thursday will bring increasing chances for a few inches of new snow from west to east across the area. Winds will increase along the foothills, leading to more blowing snow. Highs will range from the 30s where the wind is blowing closer to the mountains to the single digits above zero near the Montana-Dakota line.
Warmer and drier with highs in the 30s to low 40s Sunday and beyond.