Dangerous wind chill and scattered snow showers are expected for the next two days. Much of southwest Montana will not see temperatures above zero until the weekend. Wind chill values will be between -20° and -30° for the afternoon. Accumulations will be limited but will likely keep cause driving issues for much of the area. The heaviest snow is expected over the mountains, but valleys are likely to see 1”-2” of additional snow by Friday.
BOZEMAN: High: -2; Low: -19. Extreme cold temperatures with wind chills approaching -30° with light snow. The heaviest snowfall is expected tonight with as much as 1” by early Friday.
BUTTE: High: -3; Low: -20. Light snow and extremely cold temperatures with wind chills near -30°.
DILLON: High: -3; Low: -20. Cold and cloudy with a few snowflakes possible.
WEST YELLOWSTONE: High: 20; Low: 2. Scattered snow showers and chilly with wind chill values below zero through the evening.