CASPER, Wyo. — Expect easy traveling over Thanksgiving weekend and a winter that can best be described as average.
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.
CASPER, Wyo. — Recent snowstorms boosted statewide snowpack from 70 percent to 79 percent of normal, according to the latest snow survey.
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.
Skies will be mostly sunny on Friday in the Billings area while temperatures will be mild, with a high of about 46 degrees, the National Weather Service said. Southwesterly winds will be about 16 mph. The low will be about 28 degrees.
Sunshine and and highs in the 40s are expected in Billings Thursday and Friday, but cloudy skies, cooler temperatures and chances for snow are looking likely over the weekend.
Highs are expected to reach into the mid 30s on Wednesday in Billings, but could jump into the 40s on Thursday.
Some of the snow from last week's cold snap could melt away Tuesday as temperatures get up into the low 40s, but accompanying the warmer weather winds in excess of 20 mph are expected.
After a week of temperatures hovering in the single digits, this week's highs, which are expected to be in the mid 30s, should come as a relief to Billings residents.
BOZEMAN — Montana State University has developed a website to make it easier for people traveling in the winter to know road and weather conditions.
Temperatures are likely to climb into the 30s Sunday, and daytime highs should stay that way for most of the week.
A wind chill advisory is in effect for a large part of northern Montana, including Great Falls, Havre, Glasgow and Glendive.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The National Weather Service has posted winter weather advisories for large parts of eastern and southeastern Wyoming.
Saturday temperatures in and around Billings are expected not to change much from Friday’s highs and lows, but the thermometer will inch north on Sunday, the National Weather Service said.
Temperatures will warm up slightly in the Billings area on Friday and there is a chance for snow, the National Weather Service said. Wintery conditions will continue into the weekend.
Daytime highs in the teens and temperatures below zero are expected on Thursday and Friday in Billings.
Frigid temperatures are expected to remain in Billings until Sunday at the earliest.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Temperatures are only in the single-digits in much of Wyoming as an arctic front tightens its grip across the state.