A trace to 3” of new snow fell yesterday morning. Winds are 10-20 mph out of the SW-W with gusts of 15-25 mph. Temperatures are in the teens F this morning and will rise into the 20s and 30s F this afternoon. Moderate SW-W winds will continue. Snow showers today and tonight will bring 1-2” of new snow tomorrow morning.
The mountains received 2-3” of snow in the last 24 hours with temperatures in the low 20s F and light SE-SW wind blowing 10-15 mph with gusts of 23 mph. Snow is starting to fall and will blanket the area with 4-7” by tomorrow morning. Temperatures will remain in the 20s and wind will be light to moderate from the SE-SW. Tomorrow looks to be sunny with more snow forecasted over the weekend.
At 5 a.m., the mountains received 1-2” of snow with wind averaging 10-15 mph and gusting to 25-30 mph from the SE-SW. Temperatures are in the high teens under cloudy skies. Today will remain cloudy with similar wind and temperatures. Light snowfall will start late this afternoon and drop 1-2” by tomorrow morning, with the rest of Thursday forecasted to be snowy.
This morning, temperatures are in the single digits to teens F with 10-15 mph winds from the west to the south. Excepting Cooke City, the mountains received 1-2” of snow yesterday morning before this weekend’s storm exited the area. Today, temperatures will climb into the 20s to around 30 F with 10-15 mph wind from the southwest. A trace to 1” of snow is possible tonight.
Near Bozeman and Big Sky received 4-8” of new snow since yesterday morning, and 1-2” fell near West Yellowstone and Cooke City. Temperatures are singles to teens F. Wind has been out of the northwest-northeast at 5-10 mph with gusts of 15-30 mph. Today temperatures will reach low 20s F with westerly wind at 5-15 mph. Snow showers tapered off overnight, and today near Cooke City could get 1” of snow with no snow expected elsewhere.
Since yesterday morning the Bridger Range received 14” of low density snow, Hyalite got 6”, near Big Sky and West Yellowstone got 3-4”, and 1-2” fell near Cooke City. Yesterday wind was out of the northwest at 5-15 mph, and overnight wind shifted to the southeast-southwest. Temperatures are singles to low teens F this morning, and will reach low 20s F today. Wind will be 5-15 mph out of variable directions. Snow showers are expected through today with 4-8” possible near Bozeman and Big Sky, and 2-4” near Cooke City and West Yellowstone.
Snow totals vary widely this morning. There are 12” of new snow in Hyalite, 6-7” in the Bridgers, near Big Sky, and at Lionhead and 3-4” in the Taylor Fork and near Cooke City. Temperatures are in the single digits and teens F. North and west wind at 10-20 mph with gusts of 20-30 mph will continue today. High temperatures will be in the teens and 20s F. Snowfall will continue today and tonight with 6-10” near Bozeman and Big Sky and 3-5” near West Yellowstone and Cooke City by tomorrow morning.
At 6 a.m, there are a trace to 4” of new snow. Winds are 15-20 mph out of the southwest and west with gusts of 25-30 mph. Temperatures are in the teens this morning and will rise into the 20s and lows 30s F this afternoon. Moderate southwest and west winds will continue. Snowfall will pick up through the day. Expect 2-4” by sunset in most of the advisory area and potentially up to 8” near Big Sky. By tomorrow morning, accumulations will be 12-18” in the Bozeman and Big Sky areas, with 4-8” near West Yellowstone and Cooke City.
This morning, mountain temperatures are in the teens F with 5-15 mph wind from the south to northwest, and there is no new snow. Today, clouds will gradually increase, temperatures will be in the upper 20s to low 30s F and the winds will be 10-20 mph from the west to southwest. The mountains will receive a trace to 2” of snow by morning, with a more potent storm arriving tomorrow.
In the last 24 hours the mountains received an inch of snow. Current temperatures are 10 F and wind is light at 5-10 mph out of the northeast. Today will be partly sunny with temperatures rising into the mid 20s F. Wind will remain light and switch to the southwest tonight. Around West Yellowstone and Cooke City clouds will increase this afternoon and 2-3” are expected by morning.