BILLINGS — One more night of cold and fog before a warming trend begins.
Temperatures will remain chilly Tuesday evening through Wednesday morning, with readings into the single digits to midteens early Wednesday. Areas of fog will redevelop through the evening and impact visibility through mid-morning Wednesday.
A few flurries will be around through the evening, but a drier southwesterly flow will bring some wind to the mountain foothills. With more sun, temperatures will warm back to the 30s Wednesday afternoon, close to the 30-year average for the end of January.
Breezy periods will continue in the mountain foothills with an overall warm-up continuing. High temperatures will be mainly into the 40s each day through early next week and overnight temperatures in the 20s.
A disturbance Friday night into Saturday will bring some scattered snow showers especially for the Beartooth and Absaroka mountains.
Tuesday night… Flurries and fog through the evening and overnight hours with gradual clearing by Wednesday morning. Low around 12.
Wednesday… Cold wind chill values in the morning. Partly to mostly sunny with a high near 37. Variable wind of 5 to 15 mph.
Wednesday through Sunday… Variable cloudiness with highs mainly in the mid-40s and overnight temperatures in the 20s. A slight chance of rain and snow Friday night through Saturday morning.