Major winter storm enters second day in the Northern Rockies, MT
Sun Sep 29, 2019, Valid Mon Sep 30, 2019 – Wed Oct 02, 2019
“A powerful early-season winter storm may produce an additional 1 to 2 feet of snow in the Northern Rockies, with up to a foot across the Rocky Mountain Front, other Northwestern mountain Valleys, and the California mountains.
Powerful winds combined with wet, heavy snow may cause additional tree damage in the Northern Rockies and will produce hazardous travel conditions.
The ongoing major winter storm across the Northern Rockies is expected to continue through this evening, before beginning to wind down by early Monday.
An additional 1 to 2 feet (locally higher) of snow is still possible, particularly for portions of western Montana. Widespread winter storm warnings and advisories remain in effect for much of the Northern Rockies and parts of the northern Intermountain West.
Strong winds may bring blizzard conditions, with blowing snow continuing to disrupt travel into Monday even after the snowfall has come to an end.” According to wpc.ncep.noaa.gov
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Here is the forecast snowfall from this evening to Monday evening. Get more info at https://t.co/5kv9gqexyW. #mtwx pic.twitter.com/kYnC6TF0nj
— NWS Great Falls (@NWSGreatFalls) September 29, 2019
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