BOZEMAN – Scattered snow showers will continue into this evening with a few lingering pockets of snow Wednesday morning.
Greatest travel impacts will be over mountain passes with accumulating snow, lower visibility, snow-covered and icy conditions. Some valley and mountain pass roads are wet Tuesday afternoon and these wet roads will turn icy after sunset as temperatures fall below freezing.
Overall, this is a weak storm system but it’s producing just enough off-and-on snow showers to produce travel concerns this evening into Wednesday.
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY
The National Weather Service continues a Winter Weather Advisory for SW Montana through 10 pm Tuesday evening.
Snow accumulations: 3” – 6” over most mountain passes with 1” – 3” for most lower valleys. Localized gusty winds could produce a few areas of blowing snow.
If you are traveling or plan on traveling later tonight into Wednesday please check the latest forecast on the KBZK STORMTracker weather mobile app for frequent video updates with Chief Meteorologist Mike Heard.