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Severe Thunderstorms in the Midwest and Heavy Snow in the Northern Rockies on Wednesday

Scattered severe thunderstorms (Slight Risk Level 2 of 5) are possible Wednesday afternoon and evening from southern Lower Michigan into parts of the Midwest/Ohio Valley. A cold front sweeping across the north-central U.S. will bring additional heavy snow along the mountains and foothills of the northern Rockies into Thursday. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Wed, Apr. 17, 2024 at 9:55:49 am MDT

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Wet and slushy additional snowfall today will negatively impact travel, agriculture, and recreation. Gusty winds will also make for raw conditions. Snow and wind should taper off later this afternoon. Prepare accordingly, and allow yourself extra time to reach your destination. #MTwx
This graphic shows how much additional snowfall is forecast to fall in the individual 6-hour periods listed from Midnight today through 6 am Thursday morning, as well as the total accumulation for that period. This focuses on the cities of North Central and Southwest Montana. #MTwx
This graphic shows how much additional snowfall is forecast to fall in the individual 6-hour periods listed from 6 am today through 6 am Thursday morning, as well as the total accumulation for that period. This focuses on the mountain passes of the Rocky Mountain Front, Central Montana and Southwest Montana. #MTwx
This graphic shows the peak wind gusts and directions forecast for the individual 6-hour periods listed from 6 am today through Midnight Thursday night. #MTwx

 

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