Slushy Snow Ahead in Parts of North Dakota and Montana

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4 Oct 2018 9:58 AM
A few inches of slushy snow is ahead for portions of Montana and North Dakota. Winter Weather Advisories have been issued into Friday for the potential of slippery roads and 2" to 5" of snow. The highest accumulations will likely occur in the Absaroka and Beartooth Mountains of Montana. Humidity streaming northward from the remnants of Rosa and the Gulf of Mexico will push into an area much below average temperatures. With a strong low and ample upper level energy, snowfall will begin to accumulate. Snow will begin to develop in the Montana mountains this afternoon and push into North Dakota late tonight into Friday. The low will move into Canada and exit the region by Saturday, bringing an end to the slushy accumulations. For WeatherNation: Meteorologist Mace Michaels
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