National Weather Service
Sunny days with highs hovering in the 50s are expected in Billings for most of the week week, but on Sunday and Monday breezy conditions are likely.
Saturday will be mostly cloudy, the National Weather Service says, with a high near 48 and west winds of 22 to 24 mph.
Warm temperatures will continue through the weekend in the Billings area while strong winds are expected in the Big Timber area.
Highs in the mid 30s are expected on Tuesday and Wednesday in Billings, but temperatures should be back in the 40s by Thursday.
Billings residents should enjoy the sunny skies and warmer temperatures on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, because Tuesday’s forecast calls for morning snow flurries.
Warmer temperatures are expected to continue as the week begins in Billings, but windy conditions responsible for a few brief power outages on Sunday could blow into Monday.
Another week of above-average temperatures are expected in Billings.
Saturday will be mostly sunny, with a high near 41 in the Billings area, and west southwest winds of 22 to 24 mph, the National Weather Service says.
Mild temperatures will continue through the weekend in the Billings area but strong winds are expected west of Billings through Saturday evening, the National Weather Service said.
Above normal temperatures are expected through the weekend which will melt snow and provide some much-needed sunny weather for Billings residents.
Areas of fog are likely to give way to warmer temperatures and sunny skies in Billings on Tuesday.
After a busy weekend, city crews managed to run a plow up and down most every street, avenue and road within the city of Billings, said Vern Heisler, deputy public works director.
Unfazed by temperatures in the upper teens and lower 20s, Billings residents of all ages descended on Pioneer Park to enjoy a day of sledding, tubing and skiing.
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.
Snow isn't done yet with Billings and the surrounding area.
Temperatures will warm up in the Billings area on Friday but dangerous wind chills are possible through the morning in southeastern Montana, the National Weather Service said.
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.
Another 4 inches of snow fell in Billings on Monday and another several inches are expected on Tuesday.
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