Winter Storm Warning
Billings residents toiling to clear their sidewalks and driveways in the now third-snowiest winter can get ready for a break from the snow, but temperatures hovering below freezing could stick around until Tuesday.
With snow as deep as 14 inches in some parts of town, more snow is making its way toward the Billings area.
Snowfall records continue to fall as the flakes continue to pile up.
Cold air from Canada, mixed with wet air from the Pacific Ocean is full of snow and headed toward the Billings area.
Wet cold arctic air will continue moving toward the Billings area Tuesday, bringing snow Wednesday and Thursday.
It was a record-breaking snowfall on Monday in Billings.
CHEYENNE — The National Weather Service has posted warnings and advisories for wintry weather in parts of Wyoming Tuesday night and Wednesday.
The promised winter storm blanketed snow across Montana on Friday, breaking Billings’ snowfall record for the day.
CHEYENNE — A winter storm could bring up to 15 inches of snow in the Tetons and Gros Ventres mountains of Wyoming, and high winds are expected in the central part of the state.
Light snow will continue Friday morning in the Billings area, but heavy snow is no longer expected over the area, prompting the National Weather Service to cancel a winter storm warning.
Snow scrapers and snow boots will be in demand Wednesday because Billings is in for some heavy snow and below freezing temperatures.
CODY, Wyo. — A winter storm moved into Wyoming on Wednesday, bringing several inches of new snow to the state’s northern tier while padding local ski hills in time for the holiday break.
Lance Faulkner, left, and Sharon Curry brave the wind and snow Wednesday while doing some last-minute shopping in downtown Cody.
The National Weather Service in Billings has issued a winter storm warning for heavy snow from noon Thursday to 3 p.m. on Friday.
The second phase of a winter storm came through the Billings area Saturday and dumped even more snow in the central part of the state.