BILLINGS — Still on track for a couple more very cold mornings with subzero afternoons.
Most of southern Montana northern Wyoming will drop into the teens to -20°s first thing Saturday and Sunday mornings. Some Valley locations once again could see lows in the 30s below zero.
Light snow in the area will decrease through the evening hours of Friday. Lingering clouds could help hold the temperatures from dropping even farther.
Saturday will have a mix of clouds and sun with temperatures mainly in the single digits below zero.
With dry air in a clearing sky in place, some of the coldest temperatures could be recorded early Sunday with readings back to the minus 20s to minus 30s.
After another day of subzero readings on Sunday, we remain on track for a warm-up heading into next week. But wind in the mountain foothills West of Billings will keep things feeling cold and cause areas of blowing snow.
Friday night… Scattered light snow showers in the evening otherwise mostly cloudy. A low near -22
Saturday…. Partly cloudy and cold. Around -8 for a high. Wind chill values as cold as -35.
Sunday… Another frigid cold start with readings in the 20s below zero in the morning and in the single digits below zero in the afternoon. Partly sunny.