Police are at the scene of a crash in Great Falls.
The GFPD said that the crash happened near the intersection of 10th Avenue South and 24th Street at about 12:40 p.m. on Friday.
There is no word yet on whether anyone has been injured.
Drivers are advised to avoid the area if possible as emergency crews work to clear the scene.
The GFPD says: "Officers have been working crashes consistently for the last 48 hours. Please use extreme caution, slow down, allow plenty of time for stopping, and clear your windows for easy visibility. The roads are plain ole' yucky!"
KRTV meteorologist Mike Rawlins is calling for an additional 5-8" of snow at lower elevations through Saturday. The snow won't come all at once, so road crews should be able to keep up and clear major highways in a timely manner.
Montana's mountain passes are expected to get an additional 12-18" of snow, which will certainly cause travel headaches.
Anyone planning to hit the roads on Friday or Saturday should be prepared for hazardous travel conditions and allow plenty of extra time to reach their destination.