GREAT FALLS – A light layer of snow fell across north-central and central Montana on Sunday, with 2 to 3 inches of accumulation expected by morning’s end.
One inch is more likely on grassy surfaces, according to the National Weather Service.
By 9 a.m. Sunday morning, snow clouds found an exit path through north-central and central Montana, making way for a clearing up by afternoon and into the evening.
The main impact of conditions will be reduced visibility in the affected areas.
Models predict that shower activity will develop Sunday night in central and southwest Montana.
MTN News and STORMTracker Weather will continue to update you with more information on changing weather and road conditions as it becomes available.
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8 am Sunday: Here is one model's depiction of the general idea for snow exiting north-central & central #Montana by early this afternoon, with shower activity developing this afternoon into tonight for central & southwest #Montana. #mtwx
Posted by US National Weather Service Great Falls Montana on Sunday, May 5, 2019
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