BILLINGS — Good morning!
Winds will shift in from the northeast today allowing for colder air to blanket the area, so look for highs to top out in the 20s and 30s through Tuesday. Overnight lows will stay steady in the teens. We’ll enjoy mostly sunny skies today, but low clouds could develop tonight and help trigger freezing drizzle turning to flurries overnight. Little to no accumulation is expected if we do see snow. Patchy morning fog is also possible.
Things stay pretty quiet for the rest of the week although the Livingston and Nye areas could see gap winds gusting to 50 mph Wednesday into Thursday morning.
Daytime temperatures will warm up to near 40 on Wednesday then into the mid 40s through the weekend.
A cold front is forecast to push through late Friday into early Saturday morning that could bring a brief chance for snow in lower elevations where not much accumulation is anticipated. Mountain regions could get a few inches, especially along southwest-facing slopes. This could change, so we’ll need to monitor for changes as the week progresses.