Gusty wind out of the east and chilly temperatures near 30° will keep wind chill values in the teens for most of the day. Look for mostly cloudy skies with an isolated chance of a few flurries in the late afternoon or early evening. Most of our more substantial snow chances are expected early on Saturday and are expected to continue off and on through Monday morning. Most models are showing between 1”-4 inches of snow in the valleys with 4”-10” in the mountains and passes by Sunday.
BOZEMAN: High: 33; Low: 14. Look for mostly cloudy conditions for your Friday with a gusty southeast wind between 10-20 mph with gusts near 30 at times. Light snow is expected for the evening with little accumulation until Saturday and Sunday. Right now the models show between 1”-3” with higher amounts in the area foothills by Sunday morning.
BUTTE: High: 32; Low: 14. Cold and windy for today with light flurries for the late afternoon and evening. The best potential for accumulating snow will be during the day and evening on Saturday. The latest data shows between 2”-4” by Sunday.
DILLON: High: 38; Low: 16. Warmer conditions for today with a gusty wind. Snow potential is expected to pick up for the overnight with 1”-2” possible.
WEST YELLOWSTONE: High: 34; Low: 16. Mostly cloudy skies for today with snow picking up tonight into Saturday. Models show that by Sunday morning the area could see between 8”-12” of fresh snow.