At 5 a.m. the Bridger Range picked up 2” of snow with a trace to 1” falling everywhere else. Mountain temperatures are in the mid to high 20s with ridgetop winds blowing west to southwest at 10-20 mph and gusting to 30 mph. Today will be a mixed bag of cloudy skies interspersed with drizzle and scattered snow. The storm intensifies tonight and by morning I expect 2-4” of snow in the mountains with more falling tomorrow.
This morning temperatures are in the 20s F and there is no new snow. Winds are south and west at 10-20 mph with gusts of 25-35 mph. Today temperatures will reach the high 30s F and into the 40s F. Cloud cover will increase through the day. Winds will be 15-25 mph out of the south and southwest. Snow flurries tonight won’t bring significant accumulation.
Last night the mountains near Cooke City received 6” of snow, 2-3” fell near Big Sky and Hyalite, and a trace to 1” fell in the Bridger Range and near West Yellowstone. This morning temperatures range from high teens to high 20s F under mostly cloudy skies, and wind is southwest at 5-15 mph. Today temperatures will reach high 30s F with increasing sun. This afternoon southwest wind will increase to 10-25 mph. The next chance for snow is Tuesday night through Thursday.
Since yesterday morning the mountains have no new snow. This morning temperatures range from high 20s F in the Bridger Range to teens F near Cooke City, and mid-20s F elsewhere. Wind is 5-15 mph out of the east to northeast. Today wind will be 5-15 mph out of the east-southeast. Temperatures will reach high 30s F with increasing clouds and light snow and rain this afternoon. By tomorrow 1-3” of snow is possible in the southern mountains with 1” possible near Bozeman.
Yesterday, a fast moving squall dropped a trace to 1” of snow in the mountains south of Bozeman. This morning, skies are partly cloudy and temps range from the upper 20’s to low 30’s F. Winds are blowing 10-20 out of the west-southwest. Today, skies remain partly to mostly cloudy and a few snow showers are possible in the southern mountains. Highs today warm into the low to mid 30’s F and winds remain light to moderate out of the west-southwest. Another inch or two is possible by tomorrow morning in the mountains south of Bozeman.
This morning temps range from the upper 20’s to low 30’s F under mostly clear skies. Winds are blowing 10-20 mph out of the east-southeast in the northern mountains and 10-20 mph out of the north-northeast in the south. Today, temps will warm into the upper 30’s to mid-40’s F and winds will shift to the southwest blowing 20-30 mph. Skies will become partly to mostly cloudy by this afternoon. Increasing precipitation tonight will drop 1-2” of snow in the southern mountains by tomorrow morning.
If you liked yesterday, you’ll like today: sunny skies, mountain temperatures in the 50’s and winds out of the east to southeast at 10-20 mph. This morning mountain temperatures are a few degrees below freezing except in the Bridger Range and Hyalite where an inversion has ridgetop temperatures in the low to mid 30’s. Tomorrow looks to be sunny, but snow and rain are expected this weekend.
Under clear skies mountain temperatures dropped to the high 20s last night after reaching the mid-40s yesterday. Winds are easterly at 5-10 mph. Today will be sunny with light southeast wind. Mountain temperatures are forecasted to break 50F for the first time this season.
Skies are clear and there is no new snow. Temperatures are in the teens F to mid-twenties and winds are 10-20 mph out of the north and west, with gusts up to 30 mph. Today, skies remain clear and temperatures warm into the mid to upper 30’s F. Winds will stay light to moderate out of the north and west. High pressure continues through the week. The next chance for snow is this weekend.
This morning temperatures are teens to mid-20s F under clear skies. There is no new snow. Wind is northerly at 5-15 mph, and near Cooke City wind is out of the east. Today temperatures will reach the mid to high 30s F under clear skies. Wind will be northwest to northeast at 5-15 mph. Expect similar clear and dry weather through tomorrow and warmer temperatures later in the week.