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A few Severe Thunderstorms Across the Southeast Today; Rain and Snow Continue along the West Coast

Low pressure will track through the Tennessee and Ohio Valleys today, with a few severe thunderstorms possible across parts of the Southeast. Several Pacific storms will impact much of the West Coast through the coming week, with locally heavy rain possible in lower elevations, and snow for the mountains. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Mon, Mar. 25, 2019 at 10:52:28 am MDT

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Dense fog continues to affect a good portion of Central MT this morning. Look for further updates on our Facebook page, Twitter page, and the NWS Great Falls website.
Minor flooding problems continue to affect portions of Central MT. With warmer temperatures expected today and Tuesday, flooding problems are likely to continue. Look for further updates on our Facebook page, Twitter page, and the NWS Great Falls website.
A spring snowstorm is possible over portions of Southwest and Central MT from Wednesday afternoon in Friday. The snowfall amounts are likely to be adjusted over the next few days and any rainfall or melting of the snow on warm pavement at lower elevations will lower these forecast snowfall amounts a bit. Look for further updates on our Facebook page, Twitter page, and the NWS Great Falls website.
Snow melt and diminishing ice jams has brought minor to moderate flooding along the Missouri River near Landusky. This will impact the James Kipp Campground and nearby boat ramp close to the Fred Robinson Bridge on Highway 191. Those recreating along the river should avoid accessing the river in these areas until water levels recede. And remember when encountering flooded roads, Turn Around, Don’t Drown.

 

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