BILLINGS — A little snow, then some wind, warmer and then colder again.
Northwesterly flow will keep a few areas of snow showers going Wednesday evening, but the big story overnight will be cold temperatures early Thursday. Readings will be mainly into the single digits above and below zero with wind chill values making it feel subzero.
Thursday will be relatively quiet with highs mainly in the 20s across Eastern Montana northern Wyoming area clouds will decrease through the morning leaving us with afternoon sunshine.
Winds increase around Livingston and Nye Thursday night through Friday. That could lead to some areas of blowing snow.
Friday will trend about 8 to 12° warmer than Thursday, with highs hitting the 30s to low 40s. Expect a dry weather pattern through at least Monday.
Winds increase from the mountain foothills towards Billings Sunday night through Monday. Temperatures are on track for the 40s on Monday, followed by some showers and cooler weather to follow.
Wednesday night… Scattered evening snow showers with gradual clearing. A low near six.
Thursday… Mostly sunny with a high near 28 wind chill values as cold as -10 with a Southwest breeze.
Thursday night and Friday… Increasing clouds overnight with a low in the low teens. Gradual clearing Friday with a high in the upper 30s but breezy by the afternoon.