Starting in mid-September, Montana skiers and riders were delighted to see some early season accumulations. From Big Sky to Glacier National Park, significant snowfalls made their way to the higher elevations and this weekend will see more of the same as up to 9″ of fresh could fall above 6,000′. Most of that snowfall can be expected in the northern part of the state, specifically Glacier National Park. Snow is also forecasted in parts of eastern WY and western SD (*look out Black Hills).
Logan Pass, MT:
Winter Weather Advisory:
West Glacier Region- 324 PM MDT Wed Sep 26 2018
…WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 9 AM THURSDAY TO 9 AM MDT FRIDAY ABOVE 6000 FEET…
* WHAT…Snow will impact backcountry recreation and Going to the
Sun Road in Glacier Park, including Logan Pass. Snow accumulations up to three inches are expected above 6000 feet.
* WHERE…West Glacier Region.
* WHEN…From 9 AM Thursday to 9 AM MDT Friday.
* ADDITIONAL DETAILS…Be prepared for reduced visibilities and wind gusts over 40 mph at times.