Travel could be very difficult at times in parts of southwest Montana through Monday morning. Several inches, perhaps up to 5 inches of snow is expected to fall intermittently in this weekend storm.

That means we should expect several "rounds" of snow - a very stop and go type of storm. It probably won't be one, prolonged snowfall. That's good and bad news for people needing to travel this weekend. You may find yourself with decent windows of no snowfall, but suddenly in very poor conditions if the snow and wind kick up again. Use caution and be prepared. According to the National Weather Service:

  • WHAT...Snow expected. Total snow accumulations between 2 and 5 inches.
  • East winds gusting as high as 30 mph along the I-90 corridor through Livingston area.
  • WHERE...Portions of central and southwest Montana. Also, portions of central and south central Montana. The Continental Divide along the Rocky Mountain Front, Upper Blackfoot and MacDonald Pass, Elkhorn and Boulder Mountains, and Northwest Beaverhead County.
  • WHEN...Until 5 AM Monday.
  • IMPACTS...Travel could be very difficult at times.
  • Snow may be intermittent at times, especially across Southwest Montana Saturday night. Slow down and use caution while traveling.
  • The latest road conditions can be obtained by calling 5 1 1
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