Parts of the area will be seeing rain and snow tomorrow. Accumulations are unlikely for areas below 6000 feet.
The above on demand STORMTracker video forecast with Meteorologist Carson Vickroy will walk you through the forecast hour by hour for next 24 hours so you can have an idea of what the rest of your weekend will look like.
City by City Forecast:
BOZEMAN: LOW: 34°; HIGH SUNDAY: 46°. Cloudy through midnight, however we will see some precipitation tomorrow morning which will likely in the form of cold rain. However, Bozeman Pass could see brief periods of snow which will reduce visibilities. Rain will continue on and off through tomorrow afternoon. Chance of Precipitation: 60%
BUTTE: LOW: 32°; HIGH SUNDAY: 50°. Morning showers are likely with periods of a rain and snow mix. We don’t expect accumulations in the city Butte. However, snow may reduce visibilities over Homestake Pass. Chance of Precipitation: 70%.
DILLON: LOW: 33°; HIGH SUNDAY: 51°. A few showers are possible throughout the day tomorrow. We can’t rule out a few flurries early. Chance of Precipitation: 40%
WEST YELLOWSTONE: LOW: 34°; HIGH SUNDAY 57°. A few showers are possible tonight and tomorrow morning. Since the front is just south of West Yellowstone, the cold air won’t be deep enough to support snow tomorrow morning. Chance of Precipitation: 40%
The stationary front just to our south will start to push to the north tomorrow afternoon. This will give us another round of rain Sunday night. The front will push to the north making Monday and Tuesday warmer and drier. Active weather will return to the region Wednesday. Stay tuned for more updates from the KBZK and KXLF STORMTracker weather team.