Saturday night and Sunday's Forecast:
Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories are still in place with bands of heavy snow expected to develop through the evening as an arctic airmass continues to fall into place. Many of our valleys are expected to see between 4”-8” of fresh snow by Sunday night as our temperatures continue to fall through the course of the week. Roads are expected to be very slick and will be tough to clear as our temperatures fall below zero during the overnights into next week.
BOZEMAN: High: 18; Low: 3. Bands of snow will continue through the afternoon on Sunday and will likely leave between 4”-8” by Sunday night. Expect slick conditions for Sunday morning through early Monday.
BUTTE: High: 24; Low: 5. Cold with blowing and drifting snow. Expect between 3”-6” by Sunday night with light snow likely again through early Monday morning.
DILLON: High: 30; Low: 14. Aside from a few scattered snowflakes, you should expect colder temperatures as we move later in the day.
WEST YELLOWSTONE: High: 24; Low: 7. Scattered light snow is expected through the afternoon and evening with 1”-3” possible. Temperatures will hold in the middle 20s through the day before lows fall to the single digits overnight.