Winter Weather Warnings / Watches / Advisories
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URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service Missoula MT
333 AM MDT Thu Sep 21 2017

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333 AM MDT Thu Sep 21 2017

...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 9 PM THIS EVENING TO
MIDNIGHT MDT FRIDAY NIGHT ABOVE 5000 FEET...

* Impacts/Timing: Snow will develop this evening and continue into
  Friday evening, with accumulations possible down to 5000 feet.
  Brief periods of moderate to heavy snow will be possible early
  Friday morning. Expect roads to become slippery with changeable
  conditions over short distances. In addition, areas of poor
  visibility are expected due to the combination of falling snow
  and breezy winds.

* Snow accumulations: Total snow accumulations of 3 to 5 inches.
  Snow amounts of 5 to 8 inches are expected in the high
  elevations above 6000 feet, including over MacDonald and
  Homestake Passes.

* Winds: Gusts as high as 30 mph will cause areas of low
  visibility, especially on high mountain passes such as Homestake
  and MacDonald.

* Locations impacted include: Highway 93 Sula to Lost Trail Pass,
  Butte, Georgetown Lake, Anaconda, Philipsburg, Homestake Pass,
  MacDonald Pass, and backcountry roads above 5000 feet.

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IDZ009-010-220945-
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333 AM MDT Thu Sep 21 2017

...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM THIS EVENING TO
MIDNIGHT MDT FRIDAY NIGHT ABOVE 5500 FEET...

* Impacts/Timing: Snow will develop this evening and continue into
  Friday evening, with accumulations possible down to 5500 feet.
  Expect roads to become slippery over higher elevation passes and
  backcountry roads. In addition, areas of poor visibility are
  expected due to the combination of falling snow and breezy
  winds.

* Snow accumulations: Total snow accumulations of 3 to 5 inches.
  Snow amounts of 5 to 8 inches are expected in the high
  elevations above 7000 feet, including over Gilmore Summit, and
  Lost Trail, Bannock and Lemhi Passes.

* Winds: Gusts as high as 30 mph will cause areas of low
  visibility, especially on high mountain passes such as Gilmore
  Summit.

* Locations impacted include: Bannock Pass, Highway 28 Tendoy to
  Lone Pine, Highway 93 Lost Trail Pass to Gibbonsville, Lemhi
  Pass, and backcountry roads above 5500 feet.

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