BUTTE, Mont: – A cooler week will impact Montana as several pacific storms pass through the region producing additional valley rain or snow and snow accumulations for area mountain ranges.
The next weather maker will push into the state Wednesday morning.
City by City Forecast:
BOZEMAN: LOW: 28°; HIGH TUESDAY: 43°. Spotty rain or snow is possible tonight into Tuesday morning. Nearby mountain ranges could see minor snow accumulations. A frosty start Tuesday should give way to a cool and mostly dry afternoon.
BUTTE: LOW: 26°; HIGH TUESDAY: 41°. Butte could see a few rain or snow showers into this evening but mostly dry and cool for Tuesday.
DILLON: LOW: 23°; HIGH TUESDAY: 43°. Mostly cloudy with a little rain or snow tonight across Beaverhead county with minor snow accumulations possible for area mountain ranges. Cloudy to partly cloudy by Tuesday afternoon.
WEST YELLOWSTONE: LOW: 18°; HIGH TUESDAY: 38°. A colder night for West Yellowstone with pockets of snow possible into Tuesday morning. Cloudy to partly cloudy and very chilly Tuesday afternoon.