National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Treacherous Travel Conditions Expected Early In The Week

The interaction of an arctic air mass and moisture will set the stage for an expansive area of dangerous travel conditions early in the week. A zone of freezing rain and drizzle along with some sleet is very likely from parts of Texas to the Ohio and Tennessee Valleys. Meanwhile, heavy rain and flooding will remain in the forecast for a large portion of the Hawaiian Islands on Monday. Read More >

Click a location below for detailed forecast.

Last Map Update: Mon, Jan. 30, 2023 at 3:57:58 am MST

National Weather Service Missoula, MTZoom
Out

National Weather Service Glasgow, MT
National Weather Service Boise, IDNational Weather Service Pocatello, IDNational Weather Service Billings, MT

Winds will increase today and tomorrow, especially along the Rocky Mountain Front. These winds will combine with the newly fallen snow to create areas of blowing and drifting snow, which will lead to some areas of poor visibility. Ground blizzard conditions are possible in a few areas, especially immediately along the Rocky Mountain Front. At right is a map of Winter Storm Severity Index (WSSI) values, which show minor to moderate impacts for areas along the Rocky Mountain Front.
Arctic air continues through Monday afternoon, with sub-zero temperature expected across the Treasure State. Most locations will see wind chill values colder than -25° this morning through Monday afternoon, but warmer temperatures are on the horizon for the latter end of the week. Dress warmly, limit exposure outdoors, and be sure your livestock and pets have access to shelter.

 

Text Product Selector (Selected product opens in current window)