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Last Map Update: Mon, Oct. 19, 2020 at 6:58:03 pm MDT

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An active weather pattern is upon up. Here are the headlines of weather stories available.
Another period of freezing rain and snow is expected to impact southeast Montana tonight, as warmer air begins to move in from the west. Travel in the Miles City, Baker and Ekalaka areas will likely become difficult as roads turn icy.
A wintry mix of snow, rain and light freezing rain is expected tonight. The greatest chance of freezing rain is in southeast Montana. Be prepared for icy roads and please drive with caution.
The next round of snow is scheduled to moving into the area Wednesday night into Thursday morning. Rain will change to snow Wednesday early Wednesday evening with the heaviest snowfall rates from 9pm Wednesday to 9am Thursday. The probability of 4 or more inches of snowfall is greatest in the Beartooth/Absaroka Foothills and Bighorn Foothills. More details will become available as we get closer to the event, so stay tuned to the forecast over the coming days.
Temperatures will warm into the 40s for the next couple days before another cold front moves through the area Wednesday night, dropping high temperatures into the 20s. Low temperatures will drop into the low teens to single digits. Wind chills could be near or below zero in the overnight/early morning hours starting Thursday night. It's time to bundle up!


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