BILLINGS — Cold will dominate the weather through Friday morning, but the snow is not over for everyone.
As a low moves across Wyoming into the Northern Plains, mountain snow will continue to add up, with some of the high country getting another 6 to 10 inches. Southeast Montana and areas in Northern Wyoming could get 2 to 4 inches of fresh snow in the lower elevation through Thursday.
Lows will drop to the single digits and teens for both Thursday and Friday mornings, and highs Thursday will stay in the 20 to mid-30s despite some clearing throughout the day.
Temperatures rebound 35 to 45 for Friday’s highs, and mainly 40s Saturday. We could reach upper 50s by midweek with lows in the 30s.
An unsettled pattern keeps clouds and showers moving in and out of the area.
Wednesday night… Cloudy to mostly cloudy with light snow, especially overnight. Low near 12.
Thursday… Light morning snow likely with some clearing in the afternoon. Cold. About 24 for the high and wind chills could feel more like zero.
Friday… Cold in the morning with a low close to 11. Mostly sunny and warmer by afternoon with a high around 44.