Dense snow overnight is moving out, but slick roads remain for the morning and early afternoon. Highs are not expected to make it above freezing for much of the area, so icy roads are still likely for the evening drive as well. Scattered snow showers are expected for the late afternoon and evening with little accumulation before 5 PM. Light accumulation between 1”-2” is possible for the evening in the valleys with 2”-4” possible for mountains and passes tonight.
BOZEMAN: High: 33; Low: 14. The heaviest bands of snow are gone, but we will see a few scattered showers this afternoon and evening. Watch those roads today as we still have plenty of snow and ice to contend with.
BUTTE: High: 32; Low: 12. We may see a few rays of sunshine after snow pelted the area overnight. Slick roads are expected for the morning with late afternoon flurries and snow showers could bring an additional 1”-2” tonight.
DILLON: High: 33; Low: 13. Chilly temperatures and light wind are on tap for today with some light snow possible for the late afternoon and evening. Accumulations are expected to be 1”-2” overnight.
WEST YELLOWSTONE: High: 29; Low: 1. Light snow will continue off and on today with 1”-3” possible. Lows will fall quickly to near zero for overnight lows.