Hazardous Weather Outlook
Temperatures in the 40s and 50s are expected by midweek, but Monday and Tuesday will be frigid and snowy.
Highs could break the 50 degree mark on Tuesday in Billings, but the warm weather won’t be around long.
A warming trend is expected in Billings on Monday and Tuesday, but by Wednesday the above-freezing weather will a distant memory.
A storm that dusted Billings dropped as much as 15 inches of snow on the surrounding areas, but precipitation is expected to be out of the forecast until midweek.
A warm day is expected in Billings on Thursday, but cold weather is on its way.
Warmer weather is expected on Wednesday and Thursday, but weekend temperatures are expected to fall near or below freezing and could be accompanied by snow.
Dense fog settled over Billings on Wednesday morning, causing delays for a handful of arrivals and departures at Billings Logan International Airport.
A cold front is expected to sweep through the Billings area on Tuesday and Wednesday, bringing colder temperatures and the possibility of snow, but warmer temperatures will return by Thursday.
Unseasonably warm weather is back on Thursday as highs reach near 50 in Billings and highs climb into the 60s over the weekend.
A snowy and cold day is likely on Tuesday in Billings, though temperatures are likely to recover by Thursday.
Highs in the 40s are expected to melt some ice off of Billings roads on Monday but more precipitation and cooler temperatures are expected on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Sunny skies are expected to keep temperatures warm on Sunday night and all day on Monday, but cold air is expected to be back in Billings by Monday night.
A foggy morning is expected on Thursday as temperatures continue their decline toward weekend highs in the 30s.
After record-setting high temperatures over the last few days, a cold front is expected to cool down the Billings area.
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.
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