GREAT FALLS — An upper-level closed-low is bringing a significant storm to the state.
Through the weekend, the low is expected to move very slowly, which will allow precipitation to remain nearly stationary.
The most significant snow fall will still be seen along the Rocky Mountain Front, where some areas have already received nearly two feet of snow.
Heavy snow still also expected across portions of north central Montana with the heaviest bands setting up Saturday night through most of the day on Sunday.
Winds will remain high as well both Saturday and Sunday between 30 to 50 mph for most. There will be blowing snow which will significantly reduce visibility.
If you are driving, make sure to check https://roadreport.mdt.mt.gov/travinfomobile/ for updated road conditions.
Snow is expected to be wet and heavy, which will continue to bring downed trees and power lines resulting in power outages.
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