Another round of snow is expected throughout the region Friday night and in the Billing area through the weekend, the National Weather Service said.
One to two inches is expected in the Hardin, Lame Deer, Fort Smith and Forsyth areas, while less than an inch of snow is expected in the Billings, Roundup, Red Lodge and Miles City areas. However locally heavier snowfall is possible.
The wintry conditions will make travel difficult along Interstate 94 from Billings to Miles City.
A wind advisory also has been issued for the Livingston area because of snow and blowing snow, with southwesterly winds up to 43 mph with gusts as high as 60 mph.
Friday’s high in the Billings area will be about 33 degrees with southwesterly winds up to about 23 mph and mostly cloudy skies. The low will be about 16 degrees with a 70 percent chance for snow and northwesterly winds up to about 17 mph.
Skies will be mostly cloudy on Saturday while the high will be about 30 degrees. There is a 50 percent chance for snow, with less than an inch possible. The low will be about 7 degrees with a 70 percent chance for snow. About an inch is possible.
Sunday will be cloudy and cold with the temperature falling to about 7 degrees by about 8 a.m. There is a 70 percent chance for snow with about two inches possible. The low will be about minus 6 degrees. Another three inches of new snow accumulation is possi ...