You Better Bundle Up! Frigid Cold On The Way For Montana
Don't be fooled by the warmer temperatures we've been experiencing. Old man winter is still here, and Montanans will get a dose of winter in full force next week.
How Cold Will it Be in Montana Next Week?
For Bozeman, the next few days will consist of temperatures in the 30s with a good chance of snow through Tuesday. The heaviest snowfall is expected Monday night through Tuesday night, according to the National Weather Service in Great Falls. On Tuesday night, temperatures will drop below zero with a low of -2 in the forecast. Wednesday is looking like it's going to be absolutely brutal. A high of 1 degree is forecasted with a low of -17. Winds from 11-13 mph are also predicted to make temperatures feel much colder.
For Missoula, highs in the mid to upper 30s are in the forecast through Tuesday, with a temperature low of around 5 degrees on Tuesday night. A high of 10 is in the forecast for Wednesday, with a low of -6.
For Billings, highs in the low 40s are in the forecast through Monday, with a high of 25 predicted for Tuesday. Tuesday night, the low will be near zero. Wednesday, the high will be 7 degrees and the low will be -8. Throughout most of Montana, snow is likely over the next few days.
When Will Temperatures Start to Warm Up?
Fortunately, temperatures will start to warm up by the end of next week as the cold arctic air continues to move south.
Road conditions are expected to be slick throughout Montana, so travelers need to use caution and give themselves extra time to reach their destination. The information in this article was provided by the National Weather Service in Great Falls and Billings.