BILLINGS — Good morning!
A couple of things going on as we wake up.
First off, there is some light dusting around Billings, so please use caution as you're heading into work and school as roads could be slick in spots. Patchy fog is also possible in the area this morning.
The frontal boundary that has given us the rain and snow is lingering across the middle of the state, running from the northwest to the southeast. The low associated with that front could still produce some snow accumulation over the eastern part of Montana tonight through tomorrow morning, but that should be less than an inch. Patchy fog could redevelop tonight through tomorrow morning here in Yellowstone County.
Partly cloudy skies are on tap for Saturday afternoon with more sun than clouds on Sunday to wrap up the weekend. Winds look to pick up as we get into Sunday with gusts up to 30 mph, if not stronger, possible.
Highs and lows will be in the 30s and 20s through Saturday, before another warming trend kicks in starting on Sunday with highs getting into the 40s and 50s and lows hovering in the 30s by mid-week.