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Since yesterday the mountains received 20” of snow near West Yellowstone, 12-14” south of Big Sky and near Cooke City, and 4-6” near Bozeman and Big Sky. Temperatures this morning are negatives and single digits F near Bozeman, and teens to low 20s F elsewhere. Wind has been southwest at 20-30 mph with gusts of 40-50 mph, and 5-15 mph in the Bridger Range. Today, temperatures will be teens to low 20s F and wind will be southwest at 20-35 mph. Snow showers will continue and by morning the mountains will have 12-20” of new snow near West Yellowstone and Cooke City with 5-8” near Bozeman and Big Sky.

At 4 a.m. there is 6” of low density new snow at Lionhead and in the Bridger Range, and 2-4” elsewhere. Temperatures are single digits F this morning and will reach teens F today. Wind is west-southwest at 10-15 mph with gusts to 25 mph, and northwest near Cooke City. Today wind will be south-southwest at 10-20 mph with gusts of 30-40 mph this afternoon, and will shift east in the Bridger Range. Snow showers are expected through Tuesday with heavy snowfall possible this afternoon and tonight. By tomorrow morning 8-12” of new snow is likely.

This morning there’s no new snow to report and temperatures are in the single digits above or below zero F. Winds are blowing 15-25 mph out of the west-southwest with gusts in Hyalite breaking 30 mph. Today, skies will become mostly cloudy and temps will warm into the upper teens to low 20’s F. Winds will continue to blow 15-30 mph shifting to the west-northwest by this afternoon . Light snow develops this evening and the mountains will see 2-4” by tomorrow morning. A heavier shot of snow impacts the region tomorrow into Monday.

This morning there’s no new snow to report. At 5 a.m. temps range from the single digits above or below zero F and winds are blowing 5-15 mph out of the west-northwest. Today, highs warm into the teens F under partly cloudy skies and winds will remain light to moderate out of the west-northwest. No snow is expected over the next 24 hours.

The Bridger Bowl Cloud delivered yesterday, producing 21” of very light snow (2.5% density) since early yesterday morning. A trace to 2” fell elsewhere. Temperatures are in the single digits above and below 0F this morning. Winds were 10-20 mph out of the northwest to northeast yesterday, and have diminished overnight. Winds will remain light and generally northerly today. Temperatures will rise into the teens F and flurries will bring a trace of new snow.

At 6 a.m. the Bridger Range has 6” of new snow with 1-3” elsewhere. Temperatures range from -10F outside Cooke City to +4F in the Bridger Range. Winds are west to southwest (NW in Cooke) at 10-20 mph with gusts of 30 mph. Under mostly cloudy skies scattered snowfall will drop 2-4” in the Bridger Range and 1-2” elsewhere. Temperatures will rise into the teens and winds will shift northerly at 15-25 mph.

This morning there’s an inch of new snow near West Yellowstone and a dusting everywhere else. Mountain temperatures are -5F to -10F with west to southwest winds blowing lightly at 10-20 mph. Today will be cloudy and temperatures will rise into the high single digits before falling to zero tonight. South to southwest winds will pick up this afternoon to 15-25 mph and light snow showers will drop 1-2” overnight.

Yesterday light snow dropped 1” near West Yellowstone and almost a trace elsewhere. Wind has been easterly at 0-10 mph. This morning temperatures are single digits below and above zero F. Today temperatures will reach single digits and low teens F, and wind will be 5-10 mph and shift west-southwest this afternoon. There is a chance for scattered light snow showers to drop a trace to 2” by tomorrow.

This morning the mountains have a trace to 1” of new snow near Bozeman, Big Sky and West Yellowstone with 2-3” near Cooke City. Yesterday, wind was west-southwest at 15-20 mph with gusts near Bozeman and Big Sky to 40 mph. Today, wind is 0 to 10 mph and will shift east this afternoon. Temperatures are single digits F this morning, and today they will be single digits to low teens F. Light snow showers this afternoon and tonight will drop 1-2” by tomorrow morning.

Overnight, 2-3” of new snow fell across the forecast area. At 5 a.m. temps range from the single digits to low teens F under partly cloudy skies. Winds are blowing 10-25 mph out of the west-northwest in the northern ranges and 15-25 out of west-southwest near West Yellowstone and Cooke City. Today, much colder air settles into the region with highs warming only into the teens F. Winds will remain light to moderate out of the west-northwest across the forecast area. Lingering snow showers could drop an inch or two by tomorrow morning.