The Billings weather forecast has snow. Here’s when it might happen.
There will be several days with a risk of precipitation in Yellowstone County over the next week, with some areas potentially seeing snow.
According to the current national weather service forecast for Billings, there is at least a 20% chance of rain or snow every day this weekend, with temperatures gradually warming through the mid-60s by the start of next week.
Friday afternoon (11/12) there is 20% chance of rain with stable temperatures from the mid-40s until Friday evening, and 20% chance of rain on Saturday with temperatures warming in the years 50 superior.
Strong winds on Friday night and Saturday will make driving conditions dangerous, according to the NWS, with gusts of over 55 mph possible along Interstate 90 from Hardin to Livingston. Wind gusts will be strongest in Billings on Saturday, according to the National Weather Service.
On Saturday night (11/13) there is a 20 percent chance of rain and snow overnight, with a low in the mid-1930s. Sunday will warm through the mid-1950s with 30 for percent probability of precipitation.
Next week begins with unusually mild temperatures for the season, with Monday’s high set to hit the mid-60s before another chance of rain late on the night of 11/15. Temperatures start to drop Monday night to a low of 39.
Tuesday (11/16) will start with rain for Billings, but as the temperature drops to the mid-20s on Tuesday evening, there is a 20 percent chance of snow. Highs are expected to be in the lower 40s for the remainder of next week, with lows dipping into teens.
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