This morning, mountain temperatures are in the single digits to low teens F and yesterday’s strong winds calmed and are currently 10 to 20 mph from the west to northwest. In the last 24 hours, the mountains around Cooke City, West Yellowstone and the Northern Gallatin Range received 7-12” of new snow with 2-3” in the Bridger Range and near Big Sky. Temperatures will warm into the high single digits to mid-teens F with west winds 5-15 mph. The southern portions of our advisory area will receive an additional 2-3” of snow by morning with a trace to 1” in the northern ranges.
Yesterday morning the mountains near Bozeman and Big Sky received 3-4” of snow and 1-2” fell elsewhere. Overnight, west-southwest wind increased to 15-25 mph with gusts of 30-40 mph. Temperatures are low teens to low 20s F this morning. Today, temperatures will reach high teens to 20s F, and wind will be westerly at 25-40 mph with a few snow showers. More snow is expected tonight with 1-2” near West Yellowstone, 3-6” near Bozeman and Big Sky, and 6-9” near Cooke City by tomorrow morning.
This morning there is no new snow, temperatures are 20s to low 30s F, and wind is westerly at 15-25 mph. Today, temperatures will drop to low 20s and teens F, and wind will be west-northwest at 10-15 mph with gusts to 25 mph. Heavy snowfall is possible with the arrival of cold air this morning. By mid-day, the mountains near Bozeman and Big Sky could receive 3-5” of snow with 2-3” near West Yellowstone and Cooke City.
This morning, mountain temperatures are 30 to 40 degrees F with 10-15 mph winds from the west to northwest. Lingering flurries yesterday morning brought 1-2” of new snow to the Taylor Fork and Cooke City areas, with nothing for the remainder of the advisory area. Today, high temperatures will be in the 30s to 40s F under mostly sunny skies. Winds will blow 15-20 mph from the southwest and increase late in the day. Snow and cooler temperatures will return on Saturday.
In the last 24 hours the mountains around Bozeman, Big Sky and Cooke City picked up 5-7” of new snow. South of Big Sky to West Yellowstone and Island Park 2-3” fell. This morning under clear skies mountain temperatures are in the low teens and wind is blowing westerly at 10 mph with gusts to 20 mph. Today will be sunny and temperatures will warm to the high 20s F with light westerly wind.
This morning the mountains have a 1-4” of new snow, temperatures are teens to 20s F, and wind is westerly at 10-20 mph with gusts to 40 mph. Today, temperatures will be teens to mid-20s F with west-northwest wind at 15-25 mph and gusts to 35 mph. Snow will continue through today with 4-7” near Bozeman and Big Sky and 1-2” in the southern areas.
On Saturday morning, winds are 15-25 mph with gusts of 25-40 mph from the west to northwest. Temperatures are in the single digits to teens F. In most areas it snowed a few inches Tuesday and Wednesday, but has been dry since. Lower elevations in Hyalite got a surprising 13” of low density snow on Wednesday night. Temperatures will rise into the teens and 20s F today with sunny skies. Winds will be moderate and westerly. No snow is expected through the weekend.
On Tuesday morning, mountain temperatures are in the single digits to teens F with 10-20 mph winds from the west to northwest. The mountains received 1-3” of new snow except in the Big Sky and Hyalite Canyon where 4-6” fell.
High temperatures for the next couple of days will be in the 20s F with 5-15 mph winds from the west to northwest. Flurries will continue today around Big Sky and Cooke City with an inch of accumulation. A storm arriving Wednesday will bring 5-6” to the mountains around Cooke City, Big Sky and Bozeman and a trace to 1” near West Yellowstone.
On Thursday the Bridger Range received up to 4” of low density snow, otherwise no snow fell in the mountains over the last two days. Wind has been westerly at 5-20 mph with gusts to 35 mph. This morning temperatures are teens to low 20s F. Temperatures will reach mid to high 20s F today, and reach teens to low 20s F the next few days. Wind will be 5-25 mph out of the west-southwest today, and will shift northerly on Sunday and Monday. Snow is possible Monday night with around an inch expected.