**Update: at 1pm MDT today NOAA issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Wyoming and Montana
- NOAA: Winter Weather Advisory for Wyoming Tonight – Tuesday | 4-8″ of Snow Forecast for Grand Targhee & Jackson Hole
“A storm system will move into the Northern Rockies from Southwestern Canada by Sunday evening and linger through Monday Evening. This system will bring with it cool and wet conditions to Southwest and North Central Montana. High temperatures on Monday are expected to be 15 to 25 degrees below normal. Several inches of snow are possible above 7500ft Sunday night and through the day on Monday across the mountains of Southwest and Central Montana, in addition to the Continental Divide. Those with outdoor plans should be prepared for an extended period of cool and wet conditions.” – NOAA Great Falls, MT today
NOAA is forecasting a few inches of snow in British Columbia Canada, the Canadian Rockies, Montana, and Wyoming starting Monday and going all the way through at least September 4th…
Snow levels are forecast to be some where between 7,500 and 9,000 feet.
Snow is forecast to fall on the Beartooth Highway in Montana/Wyoming on Monday.
Winter is coming…
“Monday is looking like a cool & wet day, with snow possible at elevations above 9,000 feet. This could impact travel on the Beartooth Highway.” – NOAA Billings, MT today
“Scattered showers on Sunday will become more widespread by Monday afternoon, with overcast skies and below normal temperatures. In the highest peaks there is the possibility of wet snow above 7500 feet.” – NOAA Missoula, MT today
“A cold front will pass through the area Sunday, bringing stronger winds and even some snow to high elevations.” – NOAA Riverton, WY today