Northeast Big Horn Mountains
Winter Weather Advisory
Statement as of 5:51 AM MDT on March 11, 2014
... Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect until noon MDT
A Winter Weather Advisory for snow remains in effect until noon
* Timing... snow... heavy at times... will continue this morning.
* Snow accumulations... total accumulations of 3 to 6 inches of
snow are expected... with locally heavier accumulations
possible. Snow amounts will be elevation dependent... with lower
elevations along river valleys seeing lesser amounts... and
higher terrain along the foothills of the Pryor and Big Horn
Mountains... as well as the Lame Deer Divide... seeing higher
* Big Horn Mountains accumulations... 6 to 12 inches of snow are
* Winds... northerly winds will of 20 mph with gusts around 30 mph
can be expected... causing reduced visibility and blowing snow.
* Impacts... snowfall will make travel hazardous and will pose a
threat to Young livestock.
* Flooding impacts... with above freezing temperatures expected
today... snow melt will begin quickly and may cause additional
flooding in locations which have seen flooding this past week.
A Winter Weather Advisory can be issued for a variety of winter
weather conditions such as light snow... blowing snow... sleet...
freezing rain... and extreme wind chills.
Statement as of 5:07 am MDT on March 11, 2014
... Record daily precipitation maximum set at Livingston Mt...
A precipitation record of 0.93 inches was set at Livingston Mt
yesterday. This breaks the old record of 0.56 set in 1954.
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