“Beautiful scene on the mountain this morning, and a telling sign of the season to come. Care to guess how much snow has accumulated at mid-mountain by 9:30 this morning. The closest guess within a half inch will win an RLM sticker pack.” – Red Lodge, MT today
NOAA issued Winter Weather Advisories for Montana that called for up to 5″ of snow on the highest peaks last night. Those Winter Weather Advisories have expired this morning leaving us with great views of snow covered peaks and chairlifts in Montana. Snow showers will linger throughout the day.
Beartooth Pass, MT (US-212) has closed for the 3rd time in 3 weeks due to snow today.
“[ 6:30 AM 9/12/16 ] Beartooth Pass is now closed due to snowy conditions. Rain has begun to transition to snow at high elevations and we are expecting 6 to 8 inches of snow and hazardous travel conditions in the Bighorn Mountains Today into Tuesday morning, so plan accordingly.” – NOAA Billings, MT today
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