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Below normal temperatures continue into Thursday for Bozeman

City by City Forecast:

BOZEMAN: LOW: 25°; HIGH THURSDAY: 41°. Cold with a few isolated flurries into tonight. East winds should be light but will produce a cooling effect. Thursday should be cold and dry

BUTTE: LOW: 22°; HIGH THURSDAY: 42°. Watch for an few hit and miss snow showers this afternoon and evening. Partly cloudy and cold by sunrise. Partly cloudy and slightly warmer Thursday.

DILLON: LOW: 21°; HIGH THURSDAY: 41°. Mostly cloudy with chilly East winds tonight for Dillon. There will be a few hit and miss snow showers mainly south of Dillon overnight with accumulating snow possible over Monida Pass on I-15. Thursday look for partly cloudy skies and slightly warmer temperatures.

WEST YELLOWSTONE: LOW: 21°; HIGH THURSDAY: 42°. Cloudy and cold with scattered snow showers tonight. Accumulations are possible around 1″ – 2″ by morning. Thursday afternoon look for partly cloudy skies and continued cool temperatures

 NEXT WEATHER MAKER:

Another pacific storm is pushing into the Gulf of Alaska Wednesday afternoon and will begin to dive down into western Canada and eventually down into Montana by Friday afternoon. Good news is a warm front will pass through the state Friday ahead of this pacific storm but a stronger cold front will dig into the state by Saturday morning producing cold and windy weather with a little snow.

Mike Heard

Mike Heard

Chief Meteorologist KBZK & KXLF
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