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Winter is nipping at our heels

November 1, 2022

The National Weather Service, Spokane, has issued a special weather statement as a significant storm system moves into the area Thursday and into next Monday. One possible impact comes from strong and potentially damaging winds. These are forecast to accompany a cold front passage Friday evening into Saturday.

There is still some uncertainty regarding severity of the winds, but gusts over 40 miles per hour are possible.

Other impacts are possible from the light to moderate snow Thursday night and Friday morning and some moderate to heavy snow will be possible behind the cold front Saturday, especially around the Cascades and central Panhandle.

Meanwhile, up to fairly heavy snow is possible tonight and in to Wednesday across northwest Montana, with six inches likely in the Yaak. A winter storm watch is in effect for the Glacier region from late tonight to Wednesday evening for four to eight inches of snow.

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