April is nearly over, but that isn’t stopping the snow and ice from falling in the Western Great Lakes and the mountains in the West. Winter Storm Warnings and Watches stretch from Colorado to Montana, with a Winter Weather Advisory for Northern Wisconsin and the western sections of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
In the last 24 hours, snowfall totals have reached more than 6″ in parts of the Rockies and Tetons, putting storm totals well over a foot. Up to another foot may fall into this weekend in the highest elevations.
In the Western Great Lakes, the low pressure center has been putting down areas of snow and sleet. Minor additional accumulations are possible into this evening, before the low pushes out of the region and into Canada.
For WeatherNation: Meteorologist Mace Michaels