This morning, there is no new snow, temperatures are negative teens to negative 20s F, and wind is 0-10 mph with gusts of 15-20 mph out of the east-northeast. Today will be partly cloudy with temperatures 5-15 degrees below zero F and northerly wind at 5-15 mph. A few snowflakes may fall the next couple days, but the next chance for significant snow is Tuesday.
In the last 24 hours (6 a.m.) the Bridger Range has gotten 19”; Hyalite and Big Sky, 12”; Taylor Fork, West Yellowstone and Cooke City, 5-7”. Wind is blowing east at 33-47 mph in the Bridger Range and west to north at 10 mph with gusts of 35 mph everywhere else. Snowfall will end this morning after dropping a couple more inches and winds will lessen out of the west to north to 10-20 mph. Tonight temperatures will drop into the negative teens.
At 6 am there are 10-12” of new snow (0.8-1.3” Snow Water Equivalent) around Bozeman and Big Sky, and 5-6” (0.4-0.5” SWE) around West Yellowstone and Cooke City. Winds are 15 mph gusting 30 mph out of the southwest and west. Temperatures are in the high 20s in the north and teens in the south. It is currently snowing heavily in the northern mountains. Expect 12-18” more snow by tomorrow morning around Bozeman and Big Sky, much of that falling during the day today. West Yellowstone and Cooke City will get 6-12” today and tonight. Moderate southwest and west winds will continue.
This morning, there are 3-5” of new snow around Bozeman, Big Sky, and Cooke City, with 1-2” near West Yellowstone. Winds are 15-20 mph out of the north and west with gusts of 25-35 mph. Temperatures are in the teens and 20s F. High temperatures today will be in high teens to low 30s F. Moderate winds with strong gusts will continue and may even pick up a bit this afternoon, shifting to the west and southwest. Snowfall will begin this morning in northern areas with 4-6” expected by nightfall. Snowfall will begin later this afternoon near West Yellowstone. By tomorrow morning, expect 6-10” of new snow near West Yellowstone and 10-20” near Bozeman, Big Sky, and Cooke City. Heavy snowfall will continue tomorrow.
Since 5 a.m. yesterday the mountains around Big Sky got 8” of powder, the mountains around Bozeman and Cooke City got 5-6”, and the southern ranges including West Yellowstone got 1-2”. Yesterday was windy in the northern mountains with gusts in the 40’s from the northwest. Wind lessened overnight to 15-30 mph out of the west to northwest. Temperatures are 10F and will rise to 20F as west to north wind blows 15-30 mph. Snowfall later this afternoon and tonight will drop 3-5” around Bozeman, Big Sky and Cooke City and 1-3” elsewhere.
This morning, temperatures are in the single digits F with 10-25 mph winds from the west to the north. The mountains around Bozeman and Big Sky received 1-2” of snow, with nothing elsewhere. Today, temperatures will be in the teens F with 10-25 mph winds from the southwest to the northwest. Under a northwest flow, the mountains around Bozeman, Big Sky and Cooke City will receive 4-6” of new snow by tomorrow morning, with 1-2” near West Yellowstone.
The Bridger Range received 4” of new snow, with 2” near Big Sky and nothing elsewhere. This morning, temperatures are in the single digits to low teens F with 5-15 mph winds from the northwest to northeast. Today, temperatures will be around 20 degrees F with 5-20 mph winds from the west to southwest. The mountains near Bozeman will receive 1-2” of new snow by morning, with a trace to 1” elsewhere. Snowfall will continue tomorrow, favoring the mountains around Bozeman.
This morning there is zero to a trace of new snow in the mountains. Temperatures are single digits to teens F. Wind is out of the northwest to southwest at 10-20 mph with gusts of 25-35 mph. Today, temperatures will reach high teens to low 20s F, and wind will be west-north at 5-20 mph. The previously forecasted storm has faded dramatically, and today will have light snowfall with a trace to 2” possible by tomorrow morning.
This morning there is no new snow and temperatures are single digits to teens F. Wind is out of the northwest-west at 5-10 mph with gusts of 15-25 mph. At Bridger and Big Sky wind has been averaging 25 mph with gusts to 38 mph. Today will be mostly sunny with temperatures reaching mid-20s F. Tonight, snowfall could deliver 1-2” by morning with a few more inches expected through Monday morning.
There is a trace to an inch of new snow across most of the advisory area, with 2” in Taylor Fork. Winds are 5-10 mph gusting 15-25 mph, out of the W-NW near Bozeman and N-E elsewhere. Temperatures are in the single digits and teens F this morning. Under mostly sunny skies, temperatures will rise into the teens and 20s F. Winds will generally remain light, with perhaps some gusts past 20 mph, shifting to the north and west. No new snow is expected today