BILLINGS — Full Forecast
Headlines/Current Conditions (As of 4:00pm Sunday)
Partly Cloudy and Sunny across the region but still very cold. Temps in the single digits above and below zero from most of us.
Winter Weather Advisory in effect until Monday at 11am west of Billings in areas like Livingston, Nye, Bridger, Big Timber and Columbus. Winds are picking up slightly and wind chill will be 20 to 40 below zero. This will also cause a lot of the snow on the ground to start blowing and drifting. Please use caution if you are traveling in these areas tonight.
Wind Chill Advisories and Warnings for most of Montana and parts of Northern WY till Monday at 11am. Wind Chills 20 to 40 below zero.
Frostbite possible on exposed skin in as little as 5 to 10 minutes. Use extreme caution if going outside. Stay Warm, Stay Safe and stay in if you can.
Also of note, the National Weather Service has issued a statement on rivers and streams for the coming week. As temperatures get above freezing, a lot of ice jams will start to thaw causing a rise in water levels and possible flooding. Please take precautions if you live-in a low-lying area.
Extreme cold. Temps going from 0 to –15 in some spots.
Wind Chill Advisories and Winter Weather Advisories in effect.
Again, please stay in and stay warm.
Temps will be back in the single digits above and below zero for most of the region with partly cloudy skies.
We might see a chance of snow late Monday night that could give an inch or two here in Billings. More snow is expected in and around the higher elevations.
Tuesday - Sunday:
Tuesday, there is a 50% chance of snow in the region, especially in the morning.
Temps however will start to warm up across the region.
We will jump into the 20’s by Tuesday and by mid-week we could see the mid to upper 30’s.
In addition, a small system Friday into Saturday may bring another chance for some light snow, but by Sunday temps could get close to 40, which is the average high for this time of year.
Have a great week everyone!