Weather Alert List (Alphabetical by County)

Missoula Daily Forecast

  • Tuesday

    17° /
    Partly Cloudy 20%
  • Wednesday

    14° / -4°
    Partly Cloudy 10%
  • Thursday

    17° / 16°
    Light Snow 40%
  • Friday

    25° / 23°
    Snow Showers 50%
  • Saturday

    29° / 22°
    Snow 50%
  • Sunday

    30° / 22°
    Snow Showers 40%
  • Monday

    29° / 20°
    Snow Showers 30%
  • Tuesday

    25° / 10°
    PM Snow Showers 30%

Kalispell Daily Forecast

  • Tuesday

    14° /
    Partly Cloudy 10%
  • Wednesday

    12° / -2°
    Partly Cloudy 10%
  • Thursday

    11° /
    Snow Showers 20%
  • Friday

    23° / 18°
    Snow 80%
  • Saturday

    23° / 21°
    Snow Showers 60%
  • Sunday

    29° / 21°
    Snow Showers 50%
  • Monday

    27° / 18°
    Snow Showers 40%
  • Tuesday

    24° /
    Partly Cloudy 20%

Bozeman 8 Day Forecast

  • Tuesday

    14° / -11°
    Partly Cloudy 20%
  • Wednesday

    /
    Partly Cloudy 10%
  • Thursday

    18° / 15°
    Mostly Cloudy 20%
  • Friday

    32° / 21°
    Light Snow 50%
  • Saturday

    34° / 17°
    Light Snow 40%
  • Sunday

    29° / 18°
    Partly Cloudy 20%
  • Monday

    26° / 18°
    Light Snow 30%
  • Tuesday

    25° /
    Partly Cloudy 20%

Butte 8 Day Forecast

  • Tuesday

    / -9°
  • Wednesday

    / -18°
  • Thursday

    10° / 10°
  • Friday

    30° / 15°
  • Saturday

    26° / 12°
  • Sunday

    27° / 13°
  • Monday

    28° / 13°
  • Tuesday

    22° /

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Weather News

Strong winds, dangerous wind chills

A WIND CHILL ADVISORY is posted today through Wednesday for most of the region. Gusty east northeast winds of 10 to 20 mph with gusts to 30 mph can be expected. This combined with lows of 0 to 10 will produce wind chills of 0 to 20 below zero. Frostbite will be a concern for those not dressed properly. In a wind chill of 20 below frostbite can occur 30 minutes.

These strong winds will also pose a risk to boats and docks along he southwest shore of Flathead Lake. Freezing spray and wave heights of 1 to 3 feet will be possible.

A weak storm system will move into the area bringing a few flurries and snow showers along and south of I-90 between the hours of noon and 7pm. Accumulations should stay light but travel will be impacted due to already snow and ice covered roads.

The arctic air will be well entrenched in the region by Wednesday and Thursday with lows dropping to the single digits above and below zero. Butte and Bozeman may see lows in the 10s below zero by mid week. Highs will only be in the single digits and lower 10s.

A Pacific storm system will bring the threat of snow to the northern Rockies by late Thursday through Saturday. Accumulating snow will be possible, so stay tuned. Highs will warm back to the 30s by the weekend.