BILLINGS — A period of dry weather and warming temperatures will end Friday afternoon and evening. Lows Friday morning will be mainly in the 30s and afternoon readings ahead of the front will push to the 60s for much of southern Montana and northern Wyoming.
Showers will begin move into northern Montana by Friday afternoon, with rain switching to snow Friday night through Saturday morning. Much of the area will experience wet roads early Saturday with accumulating snow and blowing affecting travel and young livestock through the day.
Temperatures will be fairly flat Saturday, starting in the 20s to 30s and staying there through the day. As snow switches to snow showers by Saturday afternoon and evening, temperatures will plummet to the teens east Sunday morning and only warm to the 20s to low 30s by the afternoon.
As the snow ends early Sunday, cold temperatures remain through Tuesday morning. Another round of light rain and snow could push through Tuesday night through Wednesday.
Thursday night… Mostly clear with a low near 37.
Friday… Increasing clouds with a high of about 67.
Friday night through Saturday… Rain switches to a rain/snow mix very early Saturday with light accumulations. Snow Saturday will decrease to snow showers during the afternoon and evening.