Look for mild temperatures and breezy conditions for your Monday with a slight chance of a few flurries for most of the region. Winds will stay out of the southwest for the afternoon between 10-20 mph with a few gusts near 25 mph. Clouds and mild temperatures will dominate the afternoon with highs in the middle 30s and lows falling back to the 20s overnight.
BOZEMAN: High: 36; Low: 27. Mostly cloudy with a few flurries possible for your afternoon and evening. No substantial accumulation is expected with foothills the most likely to see less than and inch by early Tuesday morning.
BUTTE: High: 32; Low: 20. A few flurries and a breeze between 10-20 mph with gusts near 25 mph are possible. Light accumulation is expected by the evening.
DILLON: High: 31; Low: 20. Light flakes and chilly with highs only in the low 30s for the afternoon.
WEST YELLOWSTONE: High: 21; Low: 12. Off and on light snow showers are likely for your Monday with chilly temperatures and breezy conditions.
MID-WEEK SNOW POTENTIAL:
A Pacific storm that is packed full of moisture will be moving into the area by Wednesday. While there is potential for picking up 1”-2” of snow in the valleys in southwest Montana through Wednesday evening, it would be the mountains that will see the most snow. Big Sky and West Yellowstone are likely to see 3”-6” of snow with higher amounts expected on high peaks by early Thursday.