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By Bob Ambrose, Forecaster Posted 1 year ago March 23, 2023

Snowfall Returns Friday into the Weekend

Summary

One more blue-sky day on Thursday under a ridge of high-pressure. A Pacific low-pressure trough will push in from the west early on Friday and encamp itself across the Rockies through Sunday morning. This system looks to have an upslope component so the heaviest snowfall will be on east facing slopes where storm totals up to 25cm are possible. Unsettled skies Sunday may add additional amounts.

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Bob Ambrose

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Ever since his early days as a ski racer on the icy slopes of New Hampshire’s White Mountains, Bob chased his dreams of deep powder west to Tahoe and finally Montana. A self-proclaimed 'weather junkie', his passion for maps, charts, and forecasts always lead him to the best snow in Montana.

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