BILLINGS — A brief but cold Sunday sun break.
Saturday’s storm system brought much colder temperatures and snow accumulations to the region.
Billings fell to 13 degrees early Sunday morning, breaking the old record low of 16 degrees set back in 1991.
Skies cleared Sunday but afternoon highs remained much cooler than average – only in the 20s.
Winter Storm Warnings are posted for the Beartooth-Absaroka ranges early Monday through noon Tuesday.
Winter Weather Advisories are posted for portions of south central Montana early Monday through Tuesday.
Expect another round of snow, wind and cold temperatures with a potentially hazardous, slippery commute Monday evening.
The region’s coldest temperatures so far this season are expected Tuesday and Tuesday night.
The forecast for Billings
Winter Weather Advisory 9am Monday – 6am Tuesday
Tonight: Partly cloudy and cold, west winds 10 to 20 mph and a low of 19.
Monday: A 70 percent chance of snow, 2 inches accumulation, west winds 15 to 25 mph and a high of 25.
Monday Night: Colder with a 70 percent chance of snow, 1 inch accumulation and a low of 7.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy and colder with a high of 20.