BILLINGS — The latest round of wintry weather is affecting travel in the Beartooth foothills and southeast Montana, leaving Billings and the surrounding area quiet for now.
An additional 1 to 4 inches of snow could fall in the Red Lodge and surrounding area Tuesday morning with similar snowfall in portions of Powder River (Broadus) and Carter (Ekalaka) counties. Snow ends and skies will at least partially clear for the afternoon.
Cooler-than-average temperatures in the mid-20s to 30s will be somewhat offset with sun and light afternoon winds Tuesday.
Winds increase in the Livingston area Tuesday night with gusts of 55 mph possible through Wednesday morning. It will remain breezy.
Light rain and snow showers are expected Wednesday night through Thursday morning.
Generally warming through Saturday with highs reaching the 50s for the most part. Cooler and showery weather makes a comeback next week.
Tuesday… Sunny to mostly sunny with a high of about 36. Light northwest wind.
Tuesday night… Increasing clouds with a low around 24.
Wednesday… Partly sunny with a high close to 45. A chance of evening / overnight rain or snow showers.