National Weather Service
Windy conditions are headed toward Billings and could arrive as early as Sunday afternoon.
Skies will be mostly sunny in the Billings area on Friday and Saturday then rain and snow is expected to move in for the holiday week.
A warm up is expected to keep daytime temperatures in the Billings area above freezing on Thursday, and the trend will likely continue through the weekend.
Another foggy morning is expected on Wednesday in Billings, but the sun could poke out from behind clouds by late morning.
A foggy and cold day is likely in Billings on Tuesday, but Wednesday should provide a reprieve from the doom and gloom as the sun comes out and highs get above freezing.
Temperatures in the 40s and 50s will be a thing of the past this week as a storm from the west drops snow and chills the air in Billings.
Looking for a cloudy day in the Billings area and temperatures falling overnight.
Warm temperatures will continue through Saturday in the Billings area before colder weather moves in on Sunday, bringing a chance of snow.
Unseasonably warm weather will continue on Thursday and Friday as sunny skies and highs reach almost 60 in Billings.
Unseasonably high temperatures in the 50s will continue in Billings through Saturday when precipitation enters the forecast and highs fall back into the 30s and 40s over the weekend.
Temperatures are expected to continue to hover about 10 degrees above average this week in Billings.
Sunny skies are expected to keep the Billings area in the upper 40s and low 50s for most of the week.
If you're out on the roads this morning in the Billings area, beware of areas of fog that could cause dangerous patches of black ice on the roadways.
Mostly cloudy skies and a chance of rain is expected in Billings over the next few days, but high temperatures will likely continue a steady rise toward weekend highs near 50.
Favorable weather is expected in Billings on Tuesday as temperatures make a slow march up to Saturday's high of 50, though evening lows will remain chilly.
From a high of 69 degrees on Nov. 8 to a low of eight below zero on Nov. 30 — and 13.2 inches of snow throughout, more than double the monthly average — last month’s weather was anything but consistent.
Highs are expected to be in the mid 30s early this week in Billings, but winds could make temperatures feel colder than what the thermometer says.
Saturday will be very cold and snowy throughout central, south central and south eastern Montana, as well as north central Wyoming.
Expect warm, sunny weather for Black Friday shopping today in Billings. Temperatures will climb from the 40s this morning to a high of 55 degrees today.
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.