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Last Map Update: Tue, Jan. 23, 2018 at 3:11:14 pm MST

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Another round of snow will impact Northwest Montana and North-Central Idaho tonight through Wednesday. Snowfall will generally be light to moderate in intensity with a period of heavy snow possible at Lookout Pass early Wednesday morning. There is an outside chance of light freezing rain as well in the valleys of Northwest Montana. Prepare for slick roads and allow extra time for travel. Meanwhile, West-Central and Southwest Montana will see little, if any precipitation from this system.
Although snow amounts will generally be light Thursday, additional mountain pass snow of 2 to 4 inches with an inch or two in the valleys is anticipated. Snow covered roads will likely expand into the valleys of west-central and southwest Montana with areas already snow covered remaining slick. Allow extra travel time, especially for the Thursday morning commute.


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