BILLINGS — Much warmer weather settles in
As the arctic airmass shifted east of Montana Sunday, afternoon highs climbed into the 30s and even the 40s in all but southwest and northeast Montana.
Occasionally gusty winds for the western foothills – including Livingston and Nye – will accompany the continued warming trend for the first part of the work week.
Isolated snow showers in the higher elevations to the south and west of Billings are possible over the first part of the work week.
In addition to afternoon highs climbing into the 40s, very little if any precipitation is forecast for the Billings area from Martin Luther King Jr. Monday through the remainder of the work week.
The forecast for Billings
Tonight: Clear and warmer with southwest winds 10 to 20 mph and a low of 21.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day: Mostly sunny and warmer, southwest winds 5 to 15 mph and a high of 42.
Monday night: Mostly cloudy and warmer with a low of 30.
Tuesday: Partly sunny and warmer with a high of 47.