Weather Alert List (Alphabetical by County)

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Missoula Daily Forecast

  • Monday

    42° / 34°
    Rain/Snow 70%
  • Tuesday

    40° / 27°
    Rain/Snow 70%
  • Wednesday

    36° / 15°
    Mostly Cloudy 40%
  • Thursday

    30° / 11°
    Rain/Snow 30%
  • Friday

    29° / 11°
    Mostly Cloudy 30%
  • Saturday

    29° / 13°
    Partly Cloudy 30%
  • Sunday

    31° / 12°
    Snow Showers 20%
  • Monday

    31° / 14°
    AM Snow Showers 70%

Kalispell Daily Forecast

  • Monday

    40° / 31°
    Rain/Snow 90%
  • Tuesday

    40° / 24°
    Rain/Snow 80%
  • Wednesday

    38° / 13°
    Mostly Cloudy 30%
  • Thursday

    31° /
    Rain/Snow 30%
  • Friday

    29° /
    Partly Cloudy 30%
  • Saturday

    27° /
    Partly Cloudy 30%
  • Sunday

    29° / 11°
    Snow Showers 20%
  • Monday

    29° /
    Snow Showers 40%

Bozeman 8 Day Forecast

  • Monday

    47° / 37°
    Mostly Cloudy 30%
  • Tuesday

    49° / 33°
    Showers 40%
  • Wednesday

    38° / 17°
    Scattered Snow Showers 40%
  • Thursday

    30° / 12°
    Rain/Snow 30%
  • Friday

    27° /
    Scattered Snow Showers 30%
  • Saturday

    27° / 11°
    Scattered Snow Showers 30%
  • Sunday

    29° / 14°
    Mostly Cloudy 20%
  • Monday

    30° / 14°
    Partly Cloudy 20%

Butte 8 Day Forecast

  • Monday

    45° / 31°
  • Tuesday

    44° / 23°
  • Wednesday

    34° /
  • Thursday

    26° /
  • Friday

    24° /
  • Saturday

    25° /
  • Sunday

    28° /
  • Monday

    34° / 11°

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Weather News

Windy and wet weather continues Tuesday

UPDATE 8:20 PM: The Montana Department of Transportation has closed I-15 from Dillon to Monida Pass Monday night due to severe driving conditions. 40 to 50 mph wind gusts are causing extremely low visibility due to blowing snow. The Idaho Department of Transportation has closed I-15 from Monida Pass to the town of Dubois. 

The closure comes ahead of another round of winter weather expected to lash the area tonight. High winds will continue into Tuesday afternoon with gusts up to 50 mph. Heavy snow is expected at in the mountains, around 5-10" for Raynolds, Targhee, and Monida passes through Tuesday morning. West Yellowstone should expect 4 to 6 inches with Lima and the Centennial Valley seeing a between a dusting to around 2 inches. Moderate to heavy snowfall should also be expected in the early morning around Wisdom, Lost Trail Pass, and Georgetown Lake. 

Because of these anticipated conditions, and WINTER STORM WARNING has been issued for southern Beaverhead, Madison, and Gallatin counties through 8 a.m. Tuesday. Travel could become dangerous and is not advised. Even after 8 a.m. near-whiteout conditions will be possible in these areas and it may take road crews significant time to clear affected areas. 

Other passes such as Lost Trail, Lolo, Lookout, and Marias will see 3 to 6 inches through early Wednesday. other passes in the area will see light accumulations. 

WIND ADVISORY for dangerous crosswinds along I-90 from Livingston to Big Timber. Wind gusts could top 60 mph. High winds will blast across southwest Montana again on Tuesday with wind-prone areas such as Ennis seeing gusts over 50 mph while much of the region will see gusts over 40 mph. Places such as Bozeman and along the Missouri River will experience lesser wind gusts. 

Another round of rain and snow will arrive Tuesday.  A period of snowfall in the morning is again possible for areas west of the divide before a change to rain or a wintry mix in the afternoon; very similar to Monday. Highs will reach the 40s. We are tracking a cold front that will change rain to all snow by Wednesday morning. Valley snow accumulations will be minor, with a dusting to an inch or so possible in most areas and between 1 inch and 3 or 4 inches in parts of Northwest Montana by Wednesday morning. 

For the rest of the week expect scattered snow showers and colder temperatures. Highs through next weekend will only get up to around freezing with lows in the teens and single digits above zero. In other words, it will start feeling like winter again.