Pattern change is likely again next week

Mountain snow is possible
Posted at 2:19 PM, Sep 13, 2019
and last updated 2019-09-13 16:19:56-04

BOZEMAN – Forecast models are pointing to a cool and unsettled weather pattern returning to Montana next week.

Over the next 10 days we will see a wide variety of weather conditions with possible 80° temperatures on Sunday to accumulating mountain snow next week.

The above on demand STORMTracker video with Chief Meteorologist will walk you through the possible changes coming next week. Keep in mind that this is just an analytical look at what could happen, as we get closer to the pattern change next week, we will be able to fine tune timing and intensity of possible storms.

This briefing is to give you as much advanced time as possible to start planning accordingly especially if you have outdoor plans like bow-hunting the backcountry next week.

General highlights: Look for above normal temperatures this weekend with the hottest highs on Sunday only to see temperatures drop well below normal next week.

Several Pacific storms are likely to pass through Montana and each system will bring off-and-on wet weather with the potential for higher mountain snow.

There is still considerable uncertainty with this possible active pattern next week so please check in with us daily for fresh updates.