BOZEMAN Mont: – This week’s weather pattern will continue to be colder than normal as a Northerly flow aloft continues across Montana.
If skies are clear enough temperatures will drop down to around zero and possibly slightly below zero especially for those valleys with snow on the ground.
Another Canadian cold front will drop down into central and eastern Montana mid-week and could produce a few snow showers across Montana and usher in more cold Canadian air.
City by City Forecast:
BOZEMAN: LOW: 8°; HIGH TUESDAY: 27°. Cloudy to partly cloudy through midnight. Clearing and colder by Tuesday morning. Patchy valley fog is possible. Tuesday mostly sunny and cold.
BUTTE: LOW: -2°; HIGH TUESDAY: 24°. High clouds will linger over Butte into the early evening hours. As skies clear overnight into early Tuesday morning look for temperatures to fall slightly below zero. Patchy fog is possible by morning. Mostly sunny and cold Tuesday.
DILLON: LOW: 4°; HIGH TUESDAY: 28°. Clearing and colder overnight for Dillon. Temperatures will fall down around zero by morning. Mostly sunny and cold by afternoon.
WEST YELLOWSTONE: LOW: -4°; HIGH TUESDAY: 18°. Another night for below zero temperatures to impact West Yellowstone as skies clear after midnight. Highs only in the teens Tuesday despite mostly sunny skies.