WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:
- Spotty rain and snow expected across SW Montana tonight
- Slick spots possible on pass roads tomorrow morning
- Quieter and milder weather expected Monday and Tuesday
- More rain and snow possible starting Wednesday
- Check the STORMTracker Travel Watch Page before hitting the road: Click Here
The above on demand STORMTracker video will walk you through the forecast hour by hour this weekend ad impacts to Bozeman and SW Montana with Meteorologist Carson Vickroy
Forecast for Next 24 Hours:
BOZEMAN: Low: 30, High: 52. Pockets of a rain/snow mix are possible through the overnight hours. Not everyone in Gallatin County will see precipitation but it will be possible. Take some extra time if you need to travel over the pass tomorrow morning. Tomorrow will turn mild and dry with a lot of melting occurring!
BUTTE: Low: 28, High: 49. Spotty rain and snow showers possible through tonight. Winds out of the southwest at 15-20 MPH. Tomorrow will be cloudy and sprinkle or flurry can’t be ruled out. Tomorrow will be warmer than today.
DILLON: Low: 27 High: 52. Drying out tonight and windy (20-30 MPH out of SW) . Mild tomorrow with SW wind of 10-15 mph.
WEST YELLOWSTONE: Low: 23, High: 42. Rain and snow will taper off through the evening hours. Some lingering flurries cannot be ruled out tomorrow. Highs in the lower 40s with clouds around. With freezing temperatures expected tonight, don’t be surprised to find a few icy patches on area roadways tomorrow morning.
NEXT WEEK WEATHER: Monday and Tuesday are looking rather quiet. However, a few rain and snow showers are possible especially across our southern counties. We’re currently watching another Pacific storm system that could impact the area by Wednesday afternoon and stay with us through Thursday.
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