Weather Alert List (Alphabetical by County)

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Missoula Daily Forecast

  • Sunday

    40° / 26°
    Mostly Cloudy 20%
  • Monday

    39° / 24°
    Rain/Snow 40%
  • Tuesday

    41° / 27°
    Rain/Snow 50%
  • Wednesday

    36° / 22°
    Mostly Cloudy 20%
  • Thursday

    35° / 20°
    Rain/Snow 40%
  • Friday

    31° / 15°
    Mostly Cloudy 10%
  • Saturday

    29° / 12°
    Partly Cloudy 10%
  • Sunday

    30° / 15°
    Snow Showers 50%

Kalispell Daily Forecast

  • Sunday

    39° / 23°
    Rain/Snow 40%
  • Monday

    40° / 21°
    Rain/Snow 60%
  • Tuesday

    41° / 24°
    Rain/Snow 40%
  • Wednesday

    38° / 20°
    Mostly Cloudy 20%
  • Thursday

    34° / 18°
    Rain/Snow 40%
  • Friday

    33° /
    Partly Cloudy 20%
  • Saturday

    29° / 14°
    Partly Cloudy 10%
  • Sunday

    29° /
    Snow Showers 60%

Bozeman 8 Day Forecast

  • Sunday

    47° / 34°
    Rain/Snow 40%
  • Monday

    45° / 28°
    Mostly Cloudy 20%
  • Tuesday

    49° / 33°
    Showers 40%
  • Wednesday

    410° / 26°
    Mostly Cloudy 20%
  • Thursday

    35° / 21°
    Rain/Snow 40%
  • Friday

    32° / 13°
    Mostly Cloudy 10%
  • Saturday

    29° / 12°
    Partly Cloudy 10%
  • Sunday

    30° / 13°
    Mostly Cloudy 20%

Butte 8 Day Forecast

  • Sunday

    44° / 26°
  • Monday

    42° / 20°
  • Tuesday

    44° / 24°
  • Wednesday

    36° /
  • Thursday

    33° / 15°
  • Friday

    31° /
  • Saturday

    28° /
  • Sunday

    29° /

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Weather News

Rain and snow ramp up Sunday

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY continues for Beaverhead, Madison and Gallatin Counties through Sunday.  4 to 12 inches will be possible over Monida Pass, Raynolds Pass, Targhee Pass, and West Yellowstone. Snow will continue to stream over the area with improvement in conditions not expected until Sunday night. Expect tough travel conditions at times in these areas. Other area mountain passes may become slick at times with a mix of snow and rain through the weekend and into early next week.

A series of Pacific storms will pump moisture into the Northern Rockies over the next three days, bringing more widespread showers each day. Saturday evening will be fairly active in northern parts of the region with rain showers mainly north of I-90.

The next round of heavier showers will be Sunday afternoon and evening. Once again, this should be mostly rain with the exception of mountain passes and high elevation areas like Georgetown Lake and possibly Butte during the evening. Temperatures will start off in the 20s and 30s and hit the 40s with isolated areas near 50 in the afternoon. 

More showers are likely on Monday with valleys having better odds of seeing both rain and snow. We will begin to transition to all snow on Tuesday and this could be the heaviest rain or snow we see all week. 

For the rest of the week we'll settle into an unsettled pattern with no major systems, but a chance for snow each day. Lows will drop to the teens by next weekend and highs will only hit the 20s or low 30s.