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Last night snow totaled 5” in the Bridger Range, 3-4” near West Yellowstone and Cooke City, and 2” in Big Sky and Hyalite. This morning wind is westerly at 5-10 mph with gusts of 15-25 mph. Temperatures are high teens to high 20s F. Today temperatures will be 20s to low 30s F with west-northwest wind at 15-25 mph. Snow tapers off this morning with light showers possible today and more snow expected late Tuesday.

Since yesterday the mountains near Cooke City got 3” of snow, near West Yellowstone got 1” and elsewhere got zero. This morning temperatures are high teens to mid-20s F and wind is westerly at 5-20 mph. Today temperatures will be high 20s to low 30s F with west wind at 5-20 mph. Snow is expected this afternoon near West Yellowstone and throughout the forecast area tonight. By morning the mountains will have 3-7” of new snow.

One to two inches of snow fell yesterday. Winds this morning are westerly at 10-20 mph. Temperatures are high teens to mid-20s F. Winds today will be out of the west at 20-30 mph. Temperatures will rise into the high-20s and 30s F. Snow showers will drop 1-2” by tomorrow morning.

An inch or two of snow fell yesterday, accompanied by a little rain or freezing drizzle in some areas. Winds this morning are southwest at 10-15 mph. Temperatures are high teens to mid-20s F. Winds today will be 15-25 mph from the southwest and south. Temperatures will rise into the high-20s and 30s F. Precipitation today may start with a sprinkle of low elevation rain before switching over to snow. 1-3” of snow will accumulate by tomorrow morning.

At 5 a.m. skies are cloudy, mountain temperatures are in the low teens F, winds are westerly at 15-25 mph and scattered snowfall is beginning. In the next 24 hours the mountains will get 2-4” with temperatures rising into the mid-30s and wind from the southwest at 15-25 mph. The next couple days look to be warm with scattered showers, but no significant storms.

Last night the Big Sky area received 6” of snow while everywhere else got 2-4”. Wind is west to southwest at 10-15 mph with gusts of 35 mph. Temperatures are in the high teens. Today will turn sunny and temperatures will reach the mid-30s and snow again tonight. Wind will shift to the southwest at 15-30 mph. By morning the mountains will have 2-3” with another couple inches falling during the day.

The southern ranges received 1-2 inches of snow last night, the northern ranges remained dry. Temperatures are in the 20s F and winds are 10-20 mph from the southwest with gusts of up to 45 mph in Hyalite Canyon. Temperatures in the northern mountains will rise into the 40s F with slightly cooler conditions in the southern ranges and winds will be 10-30 mph from the southwest. The mountains around West Yellowstone and Cooke City will get 2-4” of new snow by morning and the northern ranges will get a trace to 2”.

This morning there is no new snow and wind is 5-15 mph out of the southwest-west. In the northern mountains temperatures are inverted with teens F in the valleys and mid-20s to low 30s F at higher elevations. In the southern mountains temperatures are single digits to teens F. Today temperatures will be high 20s to mid-30s F with southwest wind at 15-25 mph. Tomorrow snow is expected to favor the southern mountains with 1-2” near West Yellowstone by morning and more through the day.

Last night the mountains got 1-3” of low density snow. This morning temperatures are teens to low 20s F and wind is west-southwest at 5-15 mph with gusts of 20-30 mph. Today will be sunny with temperatures in the 20s F and westerly wind at 10-20 mph. Snow is expected early Tuesday with more through the weekend.

A fast moving storm yesterday dropped 6-9” of new snow in the Bridger and Northern Madison Ranges, 5-6” in Hyalite and near West Yellowstone, and 2” near Cooke City. Winds are southwesterly at 15-25 mph with gusts of 30-40 mph. Temperatures are single digits to low teens F and will rise into the mid-teens and low 20s F. Winds will be westerly at 25-35 mph. A trace to 2” of new snow will fall today.