BOZEMAN – The month of October has been cold and wet with a late month surge of Arctic air. Temperatures Tuesday morning bottomed out in the single digits to teens below zero.
There were numerous record lows set locally in SW Montana. Bozeman MSU, Bozeman airport (Belgrade), Dillon, and Livingston set new record lows Tuesday morning.
All-time October record lows were also shattered for Bozeman airport (Belgrade), and Livingston. Dillon was just a few degrees shy of your all-time October record low.
Wednesday morning will be another brutally cold morning with forecast lows falling into the single digits, teens and a few 20s below zero.
Beginning Thursday increasing clouds and a few snow showers will develop and that will begin to warm temperatures slightly and hopefully keeping our overnight lows above zero heading into the weekend. Unfortunately, forecast highs and lows will remain cooler than normal for this time of year through the next 10 days.