The cold front currently moving through the state is faster and stronger than expected.
That means higher snow totals and colder temperatures.
As of 2:30 PM Tuesday much of North Central Montana had seen their temperatures drop below freezing.
A heavy band of snow was moving across the state as well.
Snow will continue to fall in Central and Southern Montana through the night and into Wednesday morning.
Significant snow accumulation, anywhere from 4 to 12 inches, is expected along the Rocky Mountain Front, and south of a line from Great Falls to Jordan.
See the attached video for a more detailed breakdown of snowfall.
This snow will likely impact the Wednesday morning commute.
Remember to take it slow when driving on snowy or icy roads.
Even as the snow wraps up Wednesday, we'll still be dealing with the cold.
Lows will be in the teens early Wednesday, and will stay below freezing through the day.
- WINTER WEATHER RESOURCES:
- STORMTracker Weather page
- Live interactive radar
- STORMTracker on Facebook
- Montana webcams (MDT site)
- Road Conditions (MDT site)