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A Large Storm System Will Impact The Western U.S. This Weekend

A large storm system will deliver widespread impacts to the Western U.S. this weekend. Widespread heavy snow, heavy rain, strong thunderstorms and a number of coastal hazards will likely cause travel issues. The locally heavy rain in north-central California and southwest Oregon may cause flash flooding, especially near recent and vulnerable burn scar areas. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sun, Dec. 8, 2019 at 7:33:03 am MST

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Mixed precipitation will come through southeast Montana today. Freezing rain will occur in areas east of a line from Roundup to Hardin and through Broadus. A mix of rain and snow will occur everywhere else, with a sudden freeze possible in the late afternoon that will result in icy surfaces. Take caution if travelling, and be prepared for a quick transition to ice on all surfaces. Dial 5 1 1 for road conditions.
South central and southeast Montana, and north central Wyoming, will see a fast moving weather system move across the region today through early evening. Look for falling temperatures through the day and a shot of wintry precipitation, possibly including some brief freezing rain or drizzle. Snowfall accumulations of 1 or 2 inches will be common for most of the lower elevations. Roads may become suddenly slick as wet or slushy surfaces freeze late in the day. Please drive with caution.

 

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