Chilly temperatures for your Tuesday despite plenty of sunshine. Highs will stay in the 20s for most of the region after a bitter cold start with your early morning temperatures near zero or below. Clouds will build back to the area for your evening which could bring spotty light snow to the area overnight. A Winter Storm Watch has been issued for southwest Montana starting Wednesday evening through Friday morning. Current model projections show that we could pick up between 6”-12” of new snow Wednesday through early Friday morning in the valleys. Mountains could see between 12”-24” of snow. Strong winds on Thursday will reduce visibility for the region as bands of heavy snow move through.
BOZEMAN: High: 25; Low: 12. Cold sunshine for the afternoon with evening clouds and light flurries expected during the overnight hours.
BUTTE: High: 24; Low: 12. Sunny and cold for the afternoon. Temperatures will be slow to warm but we should see highs build to the low and middle 20s.
DILLON: High: 21; Low: 10. Cold. Winds could pick up to between 5-15 mph leaving wind chill values in the single digits at times.
WEST YELLOWSTONE: High: 15; Low: -15. Extremely cold with clouds moving in during the early evening. Light snow is expected overnight.