Hazardous Weather Outlook
Another week of above-average temperatures are expected in Billings.
Above normal temperatures are expected through the weekend which will melt snow and provide some much-needed sunny weather for Billings residents.
Daytime highs in the 40s are coming to Billings, and they should stick around through the weekend.
Areas of fog are likely to give way to warmer temperatures and sunny skies in Billings on Tuesday.
A foggy morning is expected in the Billings area on Monday, but partly sunny skies are expected for the rest of the day.
Snow is once again falling in Billings, but this storm should bring only about 4 inches of the white stuff instead of last week’s 14.
Frigid temperatures will drop lower during the day on Thursday, as another cold front enters the Billings area.
Heavy snowfall has mostly ended in Billings, but an Arctic cold front set to hit Billings on Thursday is expected to create frigid conditions through the weekend.
On Christmas morning, Billings residents could wake up to the heaviest snowfall since Ronald Regan was living in the White House.
A winter storm is expected to move into Eastern Montana on Monday, bringing high winds and cooler temperatures.
Windy conditions are headed toward Billings and could arrive as early as Sunday afternoon.
Another foggy morning is expected on Wednesday in Billings, but the sun could poke out from behind clouds by late morning.
Warmer weather is expected on Thanksgiving Day as highs reach near 50 degrees, but the heatwave isn't expected to stick around. Arctic air and windy conditions will likely chill weekend lows to below zero temperatures.
Snow totaling about 4 inches is expected to make an appearance in Billings over the next 24 hours, though a majority of the powder will likely fall Tuesday night.
Temperatures are expected to hang in the 40s for most of the week in Billings, but high winds and a few inches of snow are also expected to visit the area.
Sunny skies and highs in the 40s are expected Sunday in Billings, but windy conditions are likely early in the week and and snow could be headed to Billings for Thanksgiving.
Temperate conditions in the Billings area will continue into the weekend, but a big change is brewing.
Temperatures in the upper 50s are possible on Thursday, and Friday and Saturday highs be in the upper 60s, but a cold weather front off the Pacific is poised to chill temperatures on Sunday and early next week.
Temperatures in Billings will remain in the 50s and 60s for the rest of the week, but cooler weather is coming.
Wind speeds up to 50 mph and temperatures in the low 50s are expected Monday from Billings to Livingston.
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