Since yesterday morning, 3-4” of new snow fell near West Yellowstone and Cooke City, 2-3” near Big Sky, and 1-2” near Bozeman. The inversion continues near Bozeman, with valley temperatures near or below 0 F. Above the inversion and elsewhere, temperatures are high teens to low 20s F and will rise into the mid-20s F by this afternoon. Moderate south and west winds will continue today. With more snowfall this morning, and another round tonight, expect 4-7” of new snow by tomorrow morning.
Since yesterday morning the mountains received 10-12” of dense new snow near West Yellowstone and Cooke City, 8-10” near Big Sky, and 3-5” in Hyalite and the Bridger Range. Near Bozeman, an inversion has temperatures near and below zero F at 7,500’ and below, and low 20s F above 8,000’. Elsewhere temperatures are teens to low 20s F. Wind is south-southwest at 15-25 mph this morning with gusts of 40-50 mph yesterday. Today temperatures will remain cold and inverted near Bozeman, and teens to 20s F elsewhere. Wind will be 15-25 mph out of the south-southwest. Snow continues this morning in the southern mountains and resumes tonight in the northern mountains. By morning expect 5-8” near West Yellowstone and Cooke City, and 3-5” near Big Sky and Bozeman.
At 4 a.m. the mountains have received 5” of snow near West Yellowstone and Cooke City, 2-3” near Big Sky, and 0” in Hyalite and the Bridger Range. This morning temperatures are high teens to 20s F. Wind is southwest at 20-45 mph near Big Sky and Hyalite and southeast at 10-20 mph elsewhere. Today, snow showers will continue with temperatures in the low 20s to teens F and wind out of the south-southwest at 20-35 mph. By morning, 10-15” of snow is possible near West Yellowstone and Big Sky with 6-12” elsewhere. Snow will continue through Tuesday with the greatest accumulation near West Yellowstone.
At 5 a.m. temps are in the 20’s F and west-southwest winds are blowing 25-45 mph with gusts pushing 70 mph near Big Sky. Today, warm and windy conditions will continue. Highs warm into the upper 20’s to mid-30’s F and winds remain moderate to strong out of the west-southwest. Snow develops over the southern mountains by this afternoon with 3-5” possible by tomorrow morning. Snow arrives a little later for the northern mountains which will 1-3” by morning. Heavy snow impacts the entire forecast area tomorrow with up to a foot possible by Monday morning.
At 5 a.m. temps range from the teens to mid-20’s F and west-southwest winds are blowing 15-35 mph. Today, temps remain above average with highs warming into the 20’s to upper 30’s F under mostly cloudy skies. Winds will continue to blow 15-35 out of the west-southwest. No snow is expected today or tonight, but a good storm is forecasted to impact the area starting tomorrow and lasting into Monday.
Skies are partly cloudy, mountain temperatures are near 20F and west winds are averaging 15-25 mph with gusts of 40-45 mph in the Bridger Range and in Hyalite. Today will be partly sunny and west winds will decrease to 15-25 mph with daytime temperatures in the low 30s. Our next chance of snow is Sunday.
Under clear skies, mountain temperatures are in the mid-teens and winds are blowing west at 25 mph with gusts of 30-40 mph. Today will be mostly sunny and temperatures will rise into the low 30s. Winds will decrease from the west to 15-25 mph and tonight looks to be clear with another sunny day tomorrow.
This morning, temperatures are single digits F and winds are westerly at 5-15 mph. No snow has fallen in the last 24 hours. Today will be mostly sunny with temperatures rising into the low 20s F and winds out of the west-northwest at 10-20 mph. There may be some snow flurries tonight and tomorrow, but the next chance for significant snowfall is this weekend.
Last night a cold front entered the region with west-northwest wind at 20-35 mph and gusts of 50-70 mph. This morning, temperatures are single digits F and wind is northerly at 10-20 mph. Overnight the mountains got 2-3” of low density snow with 5-8” in Hyalite. Today will be mostly sunny with temperatures in the single digits to low teens F and wind out of the north-northwest at 10-20 mph. Late Wednesday is the next chance for light snow.
Yesterday the mountains got a trace to 1” of snow. Wind has been west to southwest at 15-25 mph with gusts of 35-45 mph. This morning, temperatures are teens F in the southern mountains and high 20s to low 30s F in the north. Today temperatures will be high 20s to low 30s F, then cool to the single digits F tonight. Wind will be west to northwest at 20-30 mph and stronger this evening. Expect snow late today and overnight. By morning, 4-6” is possible near Big Sky and Cooke City with 1-3” elsewhere.