LARRY MAYER, Gazette Staff

Up to 2 inches of snow is forecast to fall in Billings this morning, with the high temperature in the city possibly failing to break 20 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.

Today will be Billings' coldest early-November day in the last 14 years, according to the NWS office in Billings.

Tonight will see the mercury dip into single digits while wind chill values could drop as low as minus 10 degrees.

High temperatures through the rest of the week are expected to hover around the freezing mark, according to NWS, with a relative warm-up — and possibly more snow — on Friday. The expected high temperature is 44 degrees.

Forecasts show wind speeds in the Livingston area beginning to increase by Tuesday, with gusts likely to hit 50 mph by Tuesday night and possibly topping 60 mph Wednesday. Blowing snow is likely to be present in the area during that time, including along Interstate 90.


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