BILLINGS — Good morning!
A change in the weather pattern begins today as southwest flow starts to move in bringing warmer temperatures and drier conditions through Friday except for a few weak waves that could push in a chance for snow showers over the southwest mountains.
High pressure will be in control through Friday, but then breaks down as a disturbance coming in out of the Pacific Northwest pushes a blast of energy through on Friday night into Saturday. This will bring a chance for light snow Friday night and a rain/snow mix on Saturday morning.
High pressure returns Saturday afternoon which should hold on through Monday reinforcing the milder temperatures. Breezy conditions will also return. Outside of the Livingston area, not expecting much in the way of strong winds.
Models suggest the possibility of another system coming in Tuesday night into Wednesday that could bring a return to colder temperatures and maybe a better chance for snow. This is something we'll be keeping an eye on.