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This morning, there is no new snow, temperatures are upper teens to low 30s F and wind has been west-southwest at 15-25 mph with gusts of 35-45 mph. Today wind will be west-southwest at 20-35 mph and temperatures will reach mid-30s to low 40s F under mostly clear skies. Cloud cover will increase later in the day with a chance for rain this afternoon and 1-2” of snow tonight.

There are 3-6” of new snow in the Madison Range, Gallatin Range, and near West Yellowstone. Only 1-2” fell in the Bridger Range and near Cooke City. Temperatures are in the teens F. Winds are 15-25 mph with gusts of 30-40 out of the west and northwest. Similar winds will continue today, with temperatures rising into the 30s F under mostly sunny skies. The next chance for precipitation is tomorrow afternoon.

There is no new snow this morning. Mountain temperatures are in the high 20s to low 30s F. Winds are 10-20 mph with gusts to 40 mph from the southwest and west. A cold front will move through the area today, keeping temperatures from rising much and bringing some snow showers this afternoon. Moderate westerly winds will continue. Spotty snow showers will continue tonight. By tomorrow morning expect a highly variable trace to 4” across the advisory area.

The mountains picked up 1-2” of snow with 4” in Hyalite before the storm ended yesterday morning. Temperatures are in the 20s F with 10-20 mph winds from the southwest to northwest. Summer will return for the day with mountain temperatures in the 40s to low 50s F, 5-15 mph wind from the southwest and mostly sunny skies. 

Temperatures this morning are in the 20s F with 5-10 mph winds from the north. The Gallatin Range, Southern Madison Range and Lionhead Area received 5-8” of snow with 3-4” in the Bridger Range, Northern Madison Range and the mountains around Cooke City. Today, temperatures will rise to the mid to upper-30s F with 5-10 mph winds from the north. Morning snowfall will deliver 2-4” to the ranges south of Big Sky and near Cooke City and 1-2” to the northern ranges.

This morning temperatures are dropping to near and below freezing and will be high 20s to mid-30s F today. Wind is southwest-southeast at 5-15 mph with gusts to 25 mph, and east-northeast in the Bridger Range. Snow is expected around noon today, with some rain possible at lower elevations. Possible snowfall amounts for this storm have a wide range. By morning 2-6” of new snow is likely near Big Sky, Bozeman and Cooke City with 8-12” possible in the higher Madison, Gallatin and Beartooths.

This morning temperatures are mid 30s to low 40s F and wind is westerly at 10-20 mph with gusts to 35 mph. Today, under partly sunny skies, temperatures will reach 40s and 50s F with west wind at 15-25 mph. Weather will be different tomorrow with colder temperatures and possible snow for a couple days.

Temperatures this morning are near or above freezing (a few degrees warmer than yesterday morning). Winds are westerly at 10-15 mph with gusts of 25-35 mph. High temperatures today will be in the 40s and 50s F, similar to yesterday’s. Moderate westerly winds will continue with mostly sunny skies. Tomorrow will also be warm and sunny before the next storm system hits early in the week.

Under clear skies, mountain temperatures this morning are near or slightly above freezing. Winds are westerly at 10-25 mph with gusts of 45-55 mph. High temperatures will be in the 40s and 50s F, a few degrees warmer than yesterday. Moderate westerly winds will continue with peak gusts diminishing somewhat. Warm, sunny weather is on tap through the weekend.

This morning, skies are clear, mountain temperatures are in the high teens to mid 20s F, and wind is west to southwest at 10-15 mph with gusts of 25 mph. Under sunny skies temperatures are forecasted to hit the mid-40s in the southern ranges and mid-50s in the north and might not drop below freezing tonight. Wind will remain westerly and moderate. Tomorrow and Saturday will also be sunny and warm. I expect to hear my first lawnmower this weekend, and that’s no April Fool’s joke.