Winter Weather Advisories are out for parts of southwest Montana from 11 AM Thursday through 8 AM Saturday. Snow is expected to develop through the day with the heaviest snow picking up through the afternoon and evening. While snow is expected to pick up this afternoon we will likely see only light accumulation less than 1” for most valleys with heavier snow at pass level. Snow will continue through the overnight with 1”-3” by Friday morning with some locally higher amounts possible.
BOZEMAN: High: 32; Low: 16. Flurries will develop during the day with the heaviest bands of snow this evening. Snow will begin to accumulate between 1”-2” by early Friday morning.
BUTTE: High: 31; Low: 13. Light snow is expected starting late in the morning through the afternoon. The heaviest bands of snow will develop overnight leaving 1”-3” of snow by Friday morning.
DILLON: High: 34; Low: 14. Expect light flurries through the day with heavier snow late in the afternoon and evening. Models indicate between 1”-2” for the region overnight.
WEST YELLOWSTONE: High: 26; Low: 5. Chilly with light snow late in the day. Snow amounts are expected to be limited in town with 1”-3” falling overnight and an additional 1”-2” possible on Friday.