Snow and cold temperatures, along with a winter weather advisory, will continue into Friday night for portions of central, south central and south eastern Montana.
The National Weather Service said two to five inches of snow accumulations are expected along with slippery road conditions. The advisory is in effect until 11 p.m.
Snow is likely on Friday in the Billings area while the high will be about 9 degrees. Wind chill values could be as low as minus 15 degrees from northwesterly, then southeasterly winds in the afternoon. Total daytime accumulation will be less than an inch.
Snow is expected to continue Friday night, with less than an inch accumulation, and skies will turn mostly cloudy. The low will be about 7 degrees but temperatures will rise to about 19 degrees by 5 a.m. on Saturday.
Skies will be mostly cloudy on Saturday, while the high will be about 37 degrees with southwesterly winds up to about 14 mph. The low will be about 24 degrees with partly cloudy skies and winds continuing.
There is a slight chance for snow or rain on Sunday while the high will be about 38 degrees. Skies will be partly sunny with southwesterly winds up to about 17 mph. The low will be about 8 degrees with the chance for more snow at about 50 percent.