Judith Basin

Winter Weather Advisory, Winter Storm Watch:

Issued at: 3:54 am MST on November 24, 2014, expires at: 12:00 AM MST on November 27, 2014
  • ...Winter Weather Advisory in effect from midnight tonight to midnight MST Wednesday night... ...Winter Storm Watch in effect from late tonight through Wednesday evening... The National Weather Service in Great Falls has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for snow and blowing snow which is in effect from midnight tonight to midnight MST Wednesday night. A Winter Storm Watch has also been issued. This Winter Storm Watch is in effect from late tonight through Wednesday evening.
  • Timing and main impact: snow and blowing snow will develop over The Rockies spread east tonight. Periods of heavy snow are expected through Wednesday at higher elevations. Travel will be become difficult at times.
  • Snow accumulations: 8 to 16 inches of total accumulation are expected over mountains with 4 to 8 inches accumulation at lower elevations.
  • Winds and visibility: falling snow and gusty winds will create widespread blowing snow...with visibility less than one half mile at times.
  • Locations affected include: Stanford...Great Falls...Kings Hill Pass
  • to see a graphical representation of this hazard please visit our web Page and click on the detailed hazards tab. Precautionary/preparedness actions... A Winter Weather Advisory for snow means that periods of snow will cause primarily travel difficulties. Be prepared for snow covered roads and limited visibilities...and use caution while driving. For specific Road and travel conditions in Montana...dial 5 1 1.

First Alert 48 Hour Forecast

A break from the snow is expected today, but our next storm system is set to arrive late tonight. Highs today will be in the 30s. Widespread snow is possible Tuesday with highs in the mid to upper 30s and lows in the 20s and upper teens.
Warmer air lifts snow levels above valley floors for at least part of Wednesday but moisture remains overhead as warm air to the west and arctic air to the northeast begin to battle overhead.  Between Thanksgiving Day and the weekend that arctic air will try to push into Western Montana after hovering around far Eastern Montana starting early Wednesday. There is quite a bit of uncertainty as to when this will actually happen. At this point, it appears that the Kalispell area will have a chance for snow on Thanksgiving while areas farther to the south will either see a rain-snow mix or just rain.

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