NOAA: 4-8″ of SNOW Forecast for Big Sky, MT Today & TOmorrow

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Lone Peak Tram at Big Sky, MT in a big snowstorm on Sept. 15th, 2015.
Lone Peak Tram at Big Sky, MT in a big snowstorm on Sept. 15th, 2015.

NOAA is calling for 4-8″ of snowfall on the upper elevations of Big Sky ski resort in Montana tonight and tomorrow.

It’s gonna snow significantly in Montana in July!

"Most locations tonight through Tuesday morning should receive total
rainfall of 0.5-1.0 inch. However, northwesterly upslope flow should
permit 1.0-2.0 inch totals along the west and north aspects of
mountains such as the Bears Paw, Little Belts, and Madison Range.
With snow levels near 8000-9000 feet MSL tonight through Monday
morning, 1-3 inches of snow should accumulate on the higher peaks of
the Rocky Mountain Front, while 3-6 inches should fall on higher
peaks of Southwest Montana." - NOAA Great Falls, MT today

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image: noaa, today
NOAA is calling for 4-8″ of snowfall at Big Sky today and tomorrow.  image: noaa, today
Opensnow is calling for snow at Big Sky, too. image: opensnow.com, today
Opensnow is calling for snow at Big Sky, too. image: opensnow.com, today
Big Sky, MT.
Big Sky, MT.

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