Bozeman Winter Storm Warning Remains In Effect Until Friday 1/20/2012
Bozeman’s winter weather continues this week after high wind whipped through the area Tuesday and Wednesday, but more SNOW is what we’re looking for and it’s supposed to arrive. DETAILS HERE:
A Winter Storm Warning for elevations above 7000 feet remains in
effect until 4 am MST Friday. A Winter Weather Advisory remains
in effect until 4 am MST Friday.
* Timing and main impact: light snow is expected to spread over
the area this morning and increase in intensity this afternoon
… particularly over the mountains. Snow will be heavy at times
in the mountains through Thursday night. Snow could be briefly
heavy in the valleys.
* Snow accumulations: total snow accumulations of 4 to 7 inches
at lower elevations but 7 to 15 inches in the mountains are
* Winds and visibility: expect southwest winds 15 to 25 mph at
times. Visibilities will be below one-half mile at times due
to snow and blowing snow mainly in the mountains.
* Other impacts: expect roads to become snow covered and icy…
creating hazardous travel conditions.
* Locations affected include: Battle Ridge Pass… Bozeman…
Bozeman Pass… Targhee Pass… West Yellowstone… Big Hole
Pass… Chief Joseph Pass… Dillon… Monida Pass… Ennis…
Norris Hill… Raynolds Pass… Twin Bridges.
A Winter Weather Advisory for snow means that periods of snow
will cause primarily travel difficulties. Be prepared for snow
covered roads and limited visibilities… and use caution while
For specific Road and travel conditions in Montana… dial 5 1 1.