BILLINGS- Colder than average temperatures continue this week.
Temperatures don’t get anywhere close to seasonal averages all week long. By Saturday, high temperatures may make the low 30s, but that is still 10° below the seasonal norm.
The week starts with the coldest temperatures. Highs Monday will be mainly in the single digits across southern Montana northern Wyoming with a mix of sun and clouds and isolated snow showers.
Overnight temperatures drop mainly to the teens below zero by early Tuesday. Wind chill values will be in the order of 20 to 30 below.
Expect to sunny and somewhat less cold day Tuesday. Highs a be mainly in the upper teens to low 20s. By Wednesday, highs could be hitting the upper 20s.
The best chance of snow is Wednesday night and Thursday with some scattered light snow showers.