Our snow potential remains relatively small for most of the valley locations for your Friday, though we can’t completely rule out some light flurry activity throughout the day. Our southern mountains in southwest Montana hold the best chance to see heavier accumulation. Highs will stay in the middle 30s for most of the afternoon with winds picking up between 10-20 mph. Another round of light snow will develop tonight with accumulation expected to be 1” or less for most locations outside of our mountains and mountain passes.
BOZEMAN: High: 35; Low: 14. Isolated flurries with chilly temperatures and a west to southwest wind between 10-20 mph.
BUTTE: High: 33; Low: 10. Cool under partly cloudy skies and a northwest wind between 5-15 mph. Snow potential remains low during the day with scattered snow likely late on Saturday.
DILLON: High: 34; Low: 12. Chilly with a mix of clouds for the day. West winds will pick up for the early afternoon.
WEST YELLOWSTONE: High: 29; Low: 9. Hit and miss snow showers are expected for the day with light snow accumulation between 1”-2” through the early evening.