Weather Advisory Extended For Bozeman
Looks like snow will continue to fall throughout the weekend. And don’t be fooled if we get some peaks of sunshine, as another 1-3 inches of snow is expected on Sunday.
…Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect until midnight MST Monday night…
A Winter Weather Advisory for snow and blowing snow remains in effect until midnight MST Monday night.
* Timing and main impact: a series of snow making weather systems will move through the region through Monday night. Widespread accumulating snow is expected with each system along with gusty winds that will cause blowing and drifting snow. Road travel will be hazardous at times due to icy and snow covered roads with visibilities of less than one mile.
* There will be multiple breaks of several hours with little to no snow as the weather systems pass through the area…but travelers and those planning outdoor activities should remain prepared for redevelopment of additional rounds of snow through the weekend and into Monday night.
* Snow accumulations: storm total snow over the 3 day period will range between 5 and 9 inches over the plains and in the valleys. Amounts of 10 to 20 inches are possible in the mountains…with more than 2 feet possible on the higher peaks.
* Other impacts: breezy northerly winds will combine with dropping temperatures to create wind chill values as low as 20 degrees below zero…mainly across north central Montana.