BILLINGS — Wintry weather continues off and on this week.
Bands of snow will develop through the day, bringing a quick shot of accumulation to some while a few miles away the sun could be shining. Accumulations will be light, but visibility will be impacted quickly to even near zero.
The best chance of snow will be near the mountain foothills, and areas of blowing snow are also a concern. Otherwise, expect a mix of cloud and sun with high temperatures ranging from mid-20s to mid-30s Monday.
Winds increase Monday evening through Tuesday. Chilly overnight temperatures drop to the single digits and teens, but Tuesday will trend a little warmer and quieter with highs in the mid-30s to low 40s in much of the area.
Blowing snow is still a concern.
Through the rest of the week, expect highs mainly in the 30s, and lows in the teens and low 20s. Light snow showers are possible off-and-on, but especially Tuesday night through Wednesday morning.
Monday... Partly cloudy with scattered snow showers. High near 33. Northwest wind increases to 15 to 25 mph.
Monday night... Isolated area snow showers in the evening but clearing overnight. Low of about 18.
Tuesday.... Increasing clouds and warming close to 26. Southwest wind 15 to 25 mph.