(UPDATE, 10:50 p.m.) Heart Butte Public Schools have canceled classes for Tuesday due to weather conditions.
The following message was posted to Facebook on Monday night:
For safety reasons there will be no school tomorrow due to the wind and no plows being able to go through the community.
(1st Report, 8:24 p.m.) Blackfeet Community College, Browning Public Schools, and the Blackfeet Early Childhood Center will be closed on Tuesday due to weather conditions.
Blackfeet Community College posted the following message on Monday night:
Due to extreme winds and road conditions ,The Blackfeet Community College will be closed Tuesday, Feb. 13. The 2018 Job and Career fair that was scheduled for Feb. 13 will be rescheduled for a later date. We urge you to stay home and be safe!
Browning Public Schools shared the following message on their Facebook page on Monday:
There will be NO school tomorrow for Browning School District #9 due to the weather conditions, roads and plowing situations. Please be safe.
We will be providing a lunch for our children from babies to 18 year olds at the Napi Elementary and the Browning Middle School from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. If your child is unable to get to either of these locations please call 338-2715 or 338-7952 and we will deliver to those areas in the communities that we are able to get to access.
Corrina Guardipee-Hall ED.S.
The Blackfeet Early Childhood Center shared the following message on Monday night:
There will be no school tomorrow, Tuesday, 2-13-18, due to the hazardous weather and road conditions.
Please stay safe and warm during this time. Travel with caution.
The National Weather Service has issued a Blizzard Warning for the Northern Rocky Mountain Front through Tuesday, in anticipation of whiteout conditions that will make driving nearly impossible.
Elsewhere, Winter Weather Advisories are in effect for the adjacent plains, where areas of blowing snow could reduce visibility at times, making it difficult to drive.
STORMTracker meteorologist Mike Rawlins says he expects wind gusts of 30-50 mph through Tuesday evening.
Those strong winds are expected to pick up snow on the ground, creating a "ground blizzard" in this area.