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Another very cold night expected for SW Montana

Beaverhead, Madison, and Gallatin counties are all under a winter weather advisory through tomorrow afternoon for snow and blowing snow.

More snow and another bitterly cold night are on the way for SW Montana.

 

The above on demand STORMTracker video forecast with Meteorologist Carson Vickroy will walk you through the forecast hour by hour for next 24 hours so you can have an idea of what the rest of your weekend will look like.

City by City Forecast:

BOZEMAN: LOW: -8°; HIGH SUNDAY: 13° A very cold afternoon and night are expected. Temps will fall to well below 0 with wind chills flirting with 30 below at times. Some spotty snow will be possible tonight and tomorrow morning. Up to 2” of snow is possible. Chance of Precipitation: 60%

BUTTE: LOW: -12°; HIGH SUNDAY: 17°Another bitterly cold night is expected with wind chill values as low as -30. Some on and off snow will be possible through tomorrow afternoon. Up to 2” of snow is possible. Chance of Precipitation: 70%

DILLON: LOW: -10°; HIGH SUNDAY: 13°. Cold through tonight with wind chills well below zero. Spotty snow will also be a possibility. 1” of snow is possible. Chance of Precipitation: 30%

WEST YELLOWSTONE: LOW: 1°; HIGH SUNDAY 15°. Some moderate snow is expected as the front slide to the south. Light snow and much colder temps are likely tomorrow with areas of snow. 2”-4” of snow is possible. Chance of Precipitation: 60%

 NEXT WEEK

A strong trough has a choke hold on our weather pattern. This means that we will have multiple opportunities of snow and well below average temps for at least the next week. There’s some potential for significant snowfall accumulations on Wednesday. Still too early to dial in snowfall numbers. Stay tuned for more updates from the KBZK and KXLF STORMTracker weather team.

Carson Vickroy

Carson Vickroy

Carson joined the KBZK and KXLF news team in January of 2018 as a weekend meteorologist and weekday reporter.
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