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Last Map Update: Sun, Apr. 18, 2021 at 5:10:03 am MDT

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A strong cold front will drop through this afternoon for the southern part of the state. The front will bring a rapid drop in temperatures and strong north winds. Showers during the late afternoon will quickly change to snow with snow beginning to accumulate during the afternoon over mountain passes and overnight for lower elevations. Roads could become snowpacked by Monday morning which will impact the morning commute.
A significant spring storm will impact the area tonight into Monday, bringing widespread snow to all elevations. Mountains and foothills south of Billings will see the heaviest snowfall. Places like Red Lodge and Story could see 6 to 10 inches of snowfall. Roads will turn icy tonight and travel could be hazardous. Expect a slow Monday morning commute. For the latest road conditions, call 511.


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