This morning the mountains have no new snow. Temperatures are teens to low 20s F and wind is westerly at 5-15 mph. Today temperatures will reach mid to upper 30s F under mostly sunny skies. Wind will be west-northwest at 5-15 mph. For the next week expect clear skies with daily high temperatures steadily rising through the week
This morning there’s no new snow to report and skies are mostly clear. Temps are in the teens F and winds are blowing 10-20 mph out of the west. Today, skies remain clear and temps warm into the mid to upper 30’s F. Winds will stay light to moderate out of the west. Warm and dry weather continues through the weekend.
The Bridger Range picked up 2-3” of snow over the past 24 hours while rest of the forecast area received a trace to 1”. This morning temps are in the single digits to low teens F under partly cloudy skies. Winds are blowing 10-30 mph out of the west-southwest. Today, highs warm into the upper 20’s to low 30’s F and winds will continue to blow 15-30 mph out of the west-southwest. Skies remain partly cloudy today and no snow is expected through the foreseeable future.
Yesterday, 6” of snow fell in Hyalite and 1” around Big Sky. Winds are 10-20 mph out of the north except around Bozeman where they are 10-15 mph from the west. This morning skies are cloudy and mountain temperatures are near 10F. By afternoon skies will clear and temperatures will rise above freezing. Clear, sunny weather is the only item on the menu for the next 7 days so stock up on SPF 50 sunscreen.
Sun and above freezing temperatures makes wet avalanches. If skies clear this afternoon wet loose avalanches will occur on slopes getting direct sunshine.
At 5 a.m. under cloudy skies there is no new snow. Mountain temperatures are in the teens F and winds are 10-15 mph from the north to northeast. Snow showers today will drop 1-3 inches with light northerly winds. Temperatures will reach the upper 20s this afternoon under cloudy skies.
High pressure continues this morning with clear skies and no new snow. Temperatures are generally in the teens F. Winds are south and west at 10-25 mph with gusts of 20-35 mph. Today temperatures will reach the high 20s to low 30s F. Winds will be south-southwest at 15-25 mph. Clouds will increase through the day with snow beginning tonight. 1-4” of snow will accumulate by tomorrow morning.
Over the last 24 hours the mountains did not receive any new snow. This morning temperatures are single digits to low teens F. Wind is out of the west at 10-20 mph with gusts to 30 mph. Today temperatures will reach the high 20s to low 30s F under mostly sunny skies. Wind will be west-southwest at 15-25 mph. The next chance for snow is Tuesday night.
Yesterday the mountains received 2-3” of snow near West Yellowstone and Cooke City, and a trace to 1” elsewhere. Wind has been west-southwest at 5-15 mph with gusts to 25 mph. This morning temperatures are single digits F. Today temperatures will reach low 20s F under mostly sunny skies, and wind will be out of the west-southwest at 10-20 mph. The next chance for snow is late Tuesday.
Since yesterday morning the mountains picked up 1-2” of new snow. At 5 a.m. temps range from the single digits to low teens F and winds are blowing 5-15 mph out of the west-northwest. Today, the mountains near Cooke City could see an additional 1-2” of new snow while the rest of the forecast area remains dry. Highs today will warm into the upper teens to low 20’s F under partly to mostly cloudy skies and winds remain light to moderate out of the west. No significant snow accumulation is expected tonight or tomorrow.
Over the past 24 hours the mountains around Bozeman and Big Sky picked up 1-2” of new snow while the mountains around West Yellowstone and Cooke City picked up 3-5”. This morning, snow has tapered off and temps are in the teens to low 20’s F under mostly cloudy skies. Winds are blowing 10-20 mph out of the west-southwest. Highs today will climb into the mid to upper 20’s F and winds will remain light to moderate out of the west-southwest. Snow returns this afternoon and the mountains should see 4-6” by tomorrow morning.