NOAA: Snow for Montana on Sunday | Up to 3″ of SNOW Down to 5,000-Feet

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Fresh autumn snow highlighting the sedimentary layers in the mountains of Glacier National Park Montana, from Going to the Sun Road, USA
Fresh autumn snow highlighting the sedimentary layers in the mountains of Glacier National Park Montana, from Going to the Sun Road, USA

NOAA is calling for snow in Montana again this Sunday/Monday.

3″ of snow down to 5,000-feet on the continental divide is the forecast.

Montana just got big snow last weekend.  Up to 10″ of snow…  Enough in fact to ski at Showdown, Montana on Labor Day (Monday).

image: noaaa, today
image: noaaa, today

“Saturday looks like a beautiful day across western Montana and central Idaho, other than some patchy valley fog/stratus to start the morning. BUT…

A change comes Sunday afternoon into Monday, when colder Canadian air moves into the region. Cool temperatures, gusty northeast winds and mountain snow down to 5000 feet (mainly along the Continental Divide) all look possible! This will bring a rapid change in conditions Sunday afternoon for Glacier National Park”- NOAA Missoula, MT today

Photo Tour of Snow in Montana Last Weekend:

Skiing powder at Showdown Montana on Labor Day! photo: Curtis Grevenitz
Skiing powder at Showdown Montana on Labor Day! photo: Curtis Grevenitz
Big Sky, MT yesterday. photo: big sky webcam
Big Sky, MT Monday, Labor Day. photo: big sky webcam
Big Sky, MT yesterday. photo: big sky
Big Sky, MT Monday, Labor Day. photo: big sky
Big Sky, MT on Sunday. image: big sky webcam
Big Sky, MT on Sunday. image: big sky webcam
Showdown Montana on Sunday. image: showdown webcam
Showdown Montana on Sunday. image: showdown webcam
Big Sky, MT on Saturday. photo: big sky
Big Sky, MT on Saturday. photo: big sky

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