WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:
- Rain and snow expected this evening and overnight Sunday
- Hazardous travel conditions over mountain passes Sunday morning
- Additional rain and snow and possible throughout the day on Sunday
- Drier and warmer weather expected early next week
- 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: 32, High: 45. Rain/snow possible overnight with a few rumbles of thunder. The rain/snow will taper off Sunday morning, with spotty showers possible tomorrow afternoon. Winds will be noticeable, out of the west 10-20 MPH.
BUTTE: Low: 29, High: 44. Rain mixing with snow tonight with mostly cloudy skies overnight. Precipitation will be tapering off headed into the morning hours but could start falling again in the afternoon. Winds will be gusting to above 30 MPH so prepare!
DILLON: Low: 29, High: 47. Perhaps a few thunderstorms tonight. Some storms may contain lightning and small hail. It will be very windy with gusts over 30 MPH by the afternoon.
WEST YELLOWSTONE: Low: 28, High: 38. Rain and snow tonight before turning to all snow after midnight. Rain and Snow will linger on and off throughout the day tomorrow. It will be chilly with highs struggling to get out of the 50s. Dress warm!
NEXT WEEK WEATHER: Our weather pattern will quiet down early on in the week (Monday and Tuesday) but things will get interesting heading into Wednesday. Another storm system is expected to deliver more winter weather hazards starting Wednesday night into Thursday.
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