A Winter storm warning is now in effect for the Glacier area, including Marias Pass, until Wednesday at Midnight.
A Winter Weather Advisory is now in effect for the area along the Hi-Line and the Continental Divide.
Today's mixed precip will not produce much snow in the lower elevations. The estimated snow totals in the lower elevations are 1-3 inches and in the mountains 4-6 inches. The storm system will produce rain, and through the late morning hours, transition into snow. Temperatures will remain in the 30's and 40's for most of the day. The Hi-Line will first produce rain, and during the afternoon hours, rain will transition into snow. The snow totals for the Hi-Line area are expected to reach 2-5 inches of accumulations. The roads are expected to be slick today. As of 8 AM, snowfall has already started and is developing on the Rocky Mountain Front. Roads are covered with snow bringing low visibility. Wednesday morning, snow is expected to linger around until evening/night hours. Temperatures take a dip, highs in the 20's and 30's and low's in the teens. Thursday we will rebound with clear conditions, but slightly warmer temperatures. Friday and Saturday temperatures increase, and also, the winds increase as well. Sunday is when the next storm will approach the Treasure State.
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