BOZEMAN – NW flow will continue to feed moisture through western and SW Montana for another 24 hours. Wintry travel conditions will also continue through Wednesday evening for most mountain passes locally and even a few more inches of snow for a few lower valleys.
The National Weather Service has extended a WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY for Madison, Gallatin, and Broadwater counties through 3 pm Wednesday.
There could be another 1”-3” of valley snow but mountains and passes have a higher probability of snow with around 2”-5” possible for Bozeman Pass, Norris Hill, Raynolds Pass, Targhee Pass, and in the Big Sky area.
Roads in Bozeman are wet with melting snow Tuesday afternoon and watch for possible refreezing of these wet roads for the Tuesday evening commute. Also plan on slow-go travel conditions for the Wednesday morning and evening commutes.
Dryer air is expected to arrive on Thursday, but colder temperatures are also possible.