Friday Morning Forecast

Arctic blast on track for next week
Posted at 7:56 AM, Jan 10, 2020
and last updated 2020-01-10 09:56:27-05

Today's Forecast:
Chrystal clear skies and raw temperatures to start your Friday will give way to clouds and cool temperatures for the afternoon. While the clouds move in, you should expect to see scattered snow to develop in western Montana during the evening. Winds will pick up out of the south between 10-20 mph overnight with scattered flurries for most of southwestern Montana overnight.

BOZEMAN: High: 25; Low: 16. Plenty of sunshine for the start of the day before clouds move in for the afternoon and evening. Light snow is expected overnight and will linger into your Saturday.

BUTTE: High: 24; Low: 11. Clouds are expected for the afternoon with light snow overnight.

DILLON: High: 22; Low: 13. Chilly temperatures for the afternoon before clouds move in. Scattered snow showers can be expected overnight.

WEST YELLOWSTONE: High: 13; Low: 5. Extreme chill for the morning with highs only in the low teens for the afternoon. Spotty snow showers can be expected with 1”-3” of new snow possible by early Satruday.

The arctic blast is still on track to move in Monday and Tuesday. The latest model data is showing that the bulk of the cold air will move out quickly. Expect daytime highs on Tuesday and Wednesday to stay in the teens and single digits with lows falling below zero through Wednesday morning. Along with this system, you should expect to see snow, gusty wind, and wind chill values in the -20° to -30° range at times. Make sure that your pets have a warm place to stay while these temperatures fall to dangerous levels.