Snow winds down as frigid air moves in - KRTV News in Great Falls, Montana

Snow winds down as frigid air moves in

Posted: Dec 22, 2017 4:24 PM Updated:

Grab all the winter gear because you're going to need it this Christmas!

Light snow is still creating difficult driving conditions across the Treasure State, but the snow won't last for much longer.

The STORMTracker Weather Team says an additional inch or two of snow is possible overnight across western and southern Montana, but most of north-central Montana will just see a light dusting.

As the snow winds down, frigid air will continue to move in.

Temperatures are expected to drop below 0° for Saturday morning with wind chills nearing -15° at times.

The frigid air hangs around through the entire weekend, so make sure you've got your heavy winter coat, gloves, and hat ready to go!

Winter weather resources from KRTV:

Live Interactive Radar
MTN Eyecam Network
STORMTracker Weather on Facebook
STORMTracker Weather on Twitter

The Montana Department of Transportation has several tools to track road conditions:

Click here for current Montana road conditions
Click here for an interactive map

Click here for the mobile app

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