Winter Storm

Another round of snow is in store for southern Montana and north-central Wyoming today and tonight. Snow will spread from north to south through the day, with falling temperatures due to a strong Canadian cold front.
National Weather Service Billings

It is snowing across Montana and that will impact the commute both Monday night and Tuesday morning for western, central and south central regions of the state.

The National Weather Service has issued winter storm warnings and weather advisories this afternoon through noon Tuesday with anticipated heavy snow, low visibility and quickly changing road conditions. Snow accumulations could be up to 10 inches in some areas.

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for most of Montana October 9 through 10.
National Weather Service

The National Weather Service is predicting the heaviest snow will fall Wednesday morning, just in time for the morning commute and when children will be heading off to school.

Caption - Map of weather warning from National Weather Service on October 7th, 2019.
National Weather Service / https://www.weather.gov/byz/

The countdown has begun to a blast of snow, cold temperatures and strong winds coming out of Alberta headed for Montana and northern Wyoming. Warm, sunny weather will linger for another day before the snowfall.

Unseasonably cold and wet weather is set to pummel Montana this weekend. The cold snap’s widespread impacts could possibly affect power lines, livestock and backcountry travelers. The next several days will make it feel like we bypassed autumn altogether and went straight to winter.