Hazardous Weather Outlook
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.
Temperatures will continue to rise before peaking near 90 on Thursday, but cooler temperatures are expected over the weekend in Billings.
Billings residents who woke up to light rain and chilly temperatures Wednesday morning will probably see that precipitation turn to snow on Thursday.
Billings residents could wake up to a light snowfall Thursday morning, but the cold weather isn't expected to stay.
Fall weather has made its way to the Yellowstone Valley, but a cold snap Tuesday night could give Billings residents an early taste of winter.
An unusual August storm, which has dropped between 1 and 3 inches of rain in Yellowstone County, continues to drizzle in the Billings area but was expected to come to an end Sunday afternoon.
Only trace amounts of rain fell on Billings Monday, but the chance for precipitation will continue over the next few days.
A strong cold front moving across the Billings region Thursday should cool temperatures over the weekend, but will create favorable conditions for strong, isolated thunderstorms Thursday.
The threat of a possible thunderstorm Tuesday will quickly dry out, as temperatures jump 10 degrees Wednesday and Thursday pushing highs near 100 degrees.
Temperatures will be slightly cooler in the Magic City Friday, but moist air from the west coast could create the potential for severe thunderstorms in the afternoon.
Not enough water fell at the Billings Logan International Airport Wednesday night to bring rainfall totals back to average, but chances are good that more rain could head toward Billings Friday.
Ingredients for thunderstorms expected to reach Billings Wednesday got hung up over the mountains, but forecasters expect some severe weather to make it into the area Thursday.
After warning of severe weather for the last few days, the National Weather Service finally expects the systems to arrive Wednesday afternoon in Billings.
Sunny and clear weather is expected in the Magic City Monday, but severe weather could appear in the region later this week.