Jan 16, 2012 12:47 PM by Meteorologist Mike Heard
Here are a few samples of snow reports over the last 24 hours in Southwest Montana:
4 miles South of Bozeman 4"
12 miles East of Townsend ½"
Black Bear Snotel site 12" near West Yellowstone
Brackett Creek Snotel 5" Gallatin County
West Yellowstone Snotel 2"
Pony - Albro Lake Snotel 4" in Madison County
Ennis - COOP 1"
Lakeview - Tepee Creek Snotel 2" in Madison County
Jackson - Darkhorse Lake Snotel 4" in Beaverhead County
Grant - Lemhi Ridge Snotel 3" in Beaverhead County
Lima - Beagle Springs Snotel 1" in Beaverhead County
Storm system number 1 is weakening and move off to the East late this morning. A little break in the weather will take place overnight into Tuesday morning. Storm system number 2 will enter the state Tuesday into Wednesday and this system appears to be stronger thus a higher probability of widespread snow. More on how much snow is expected on tonight's 5:30pm news with Chief Meteorologist Mike Heard.