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Spring storm moves in bringing rain and snow

High elevations expecting snow; rain lower levels
Posted at 3:24 PM, May 06, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-06 17:24:01-04

Happy Wednesday everyone!

The spring storm that we have been talking about all week is now knocking on our door.

Precipitation is expected to fall late this afternoon through tomorrow morning for many of us.

A Winter Weather Weather Advisory is in effect from Wednesday 9 p.m. to noon Thursday because snow is expected about 5500 feet.

Total snow accumulations of 3 to 9 inches is possible with winds gusting as high as 45 mph.

Meagher, Cascade, and Judith Basin and the Little Belt Mountains can expect this.

Forecasting how much rain North Central Montana will get is a little tricky due to some models suggesting that rain will move farther east than previously thought.

North Central Montana could see anywhere between a trace of rain to up to an inch of rain for those around Lewistown and Jordan.

Many of us should be able to fall asleep to rain tonight as temperatures fall down to the upper 30s.

Winds will pick up ahead of this pacific cold front as well.

Many of us will have the chance to see winds gusting up to possibly 40 mph.