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Wintry mix is quickly turning to snow and piling up

Saturday morning forecast with Jason Laird
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Posted at 10:01 AM, Sep 28, 2019
and last updated 2019-09-28 13:12:24-04

Wet and heavy snow will continue to pile up throughout Central Montana this weekend.

Widespread impacts such as hazardous travel, downed power lines, and snow accumulation greater than a foot is expected with this storm system.

Over six inches of snow has already been reported in Teton county as 9:00 am Saturday morning.

Temperatures will hover around the mid 30s for most of our area on today.

The snow is expected to pick up over night and through the day Sunday, and begin letting up on Monday.

Once it's all said and done around 8 to 10 inches are likely for Great Falls and Helena.

Accumulation over a foot is likely for Cut Bank and the majority of the Rocky Mountain Front.

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