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Q2 Billings Area Weather: Cold lingers a little longer. Fog and flurries feasible.

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Posted at 4:02 PM, Jan 25, 2021
and last updated 2021-01-25 18:30:42-05

BILLINGS — More chilly temperatures are coming overnight through Tuesday with a few morning travel hazards.

Chilly temperatures into the single digits to mid-teens overnight will help fog redevelop especially from Billings westward through Tuesday morning. A few flurries or freezing drizzle are possible especially in Southeast Montana through tomorrow morning. Any accumulations would be light.

Tuesday stays chilly with highs mainly into the 20s, but will range from single digits in northeastern Montana to some low 30s and the Eastern plains. With a light wind and decreasing clouds, Tuesday will be chilly but not harsh.

As a southwesterly flow digs in across the Western US, temperatures will begin to warm Wednesday to mainly the 30s.

Other than a few snow showers on the west-facing slopes of the mountains, the pattern remains dry with highs hitting mainly the 40s through the weekend and the overnight temperatures mainly in the upper teens and 20s.

Billings forecast:

Monday night… Cloudy to mostly cloudy with a low of about 13. There is a slight chance of a brief overnight snow shower through early Tuesday morning.

Tuesday… A slight chance of a morning snow shower or flurry with areas of morning fog. Otherwise cloudy morning turns into a mostly sunny afternoon with a high near 27.

Tuesday night through Wednesday… Still chilly Wednesday morning with a low around 14. Mostly sunny with a light wind Wednesday afternoon with a high around 39.