MONTANA – A winter storm warning came to the West coast as the East coast is experiencing abnormal highs.
Northern Montana has exeperienced power outages and temporary road closures in the Northern Rocky area of Northern Montana, and its not over yet.
The National Weather Service’s Weather Prediction Center said that the strong storm will continue to produce heavy snow and blizzard conditions into Monday in the area.
Snowfall rates are increasing again across parts of North Central Montana this morning. Continue to monitor this snowstorm here on twitter, follow us on Facebook @NWSGreatFalls, or at https://t.co/bKLYCCSpZx. pic.twitter.com/XKydt2LXiK
— NWS Great Falls (@NWSGreatFalls) September 29, 2019
Mile marker 250 on I 15. It's been over an hour and nothing is moving yet, not even the snowplow! pic.twitter.com/GaM2txLhiq
— Tari (@TariBKfan) September 29, 2019
Power companies in the area are reporting more than 10 hours for power to be restored. Local authorities asked that people only travel if necessary as white out condition continue and resources are being stretched by calls coming in.