Fall. Winter. Fall. Winter. 'Tis the dance Montana generally does through the month of October. High elevations in southwest Montana could see up to 10 inches of fresh snow by Tuesday morning...so I guess that means we're back to winter!
The preliminary snowfall totals from this past weekend have been posted, and several areas of Yellowstone County had more than a foot of snow over the weekend, with more expected to accumulate through the week.
We call them spring, summer, winter and fall. For some of you it's road construction season, too dang hot, 3 days of fall colors and then nothing but cold, snow, rain, bad roads, sickness, and shoveling.
Western Montana is preparing for what the National Weather Service is calling a "Historic Winter Storm" that's expected to hit this weekend. A Winter Storm Watch will be in effect from 6pm Friday, September 27 through 6pm on Sunday, September 29 for most of the state's western half.