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Snow in north-central Montana causing whiteout, severe driving conditions

Posted at 12:22 PM, Feb 23, 2019
and last updated 2019-02-23 15:20:00-05


GREAT FALLS- The Montana Department of Transportation is reporting several areas of nearly whiteout conditions along north-central Montana’s highways Saturday morning.

MDT reports that blowing and drifting snow is reducing visibility on roadways along the Rocky Mountain Front.

Alerts for severe driving conditions have been issued for I-15 including between Vaughn and Brady.

Light-to-moderate snow is moving through Central Montana. Areas of isolated snow are up to 50 mph gusts.

The National Weather Service reported that snow and blowing snow could linger into the afternoon and continue to push southward.

The area is still under a Winter Weather Advisory until 5 p.m.

With another snow storm expected over the weekend, travel will continued to be impacted.

You can follow our STORMTracker Weather page for up-to-date information about weather conditions.

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