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It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas


December 19, 2017

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Snow frosts the statue of James J. Hill and the fountain around him Monday night in front of the BNSF offices and Amtrak depot. A winter storm warning is in effect for most of northern Montana including throughout the Golden Triangle through Wednesday, with a chance of snow in the forecast diminishing by Saturday night. Cold temperatures also are in the forecast with below-zero lows predicted starting Friday night and a high of zero predicted Christmas Day.

Havre Daily News staff

After a mostly brown November and early December, some wintry weather - including a prediction of below-zero temperatures and heavy snowfall in some regions - is coming to north-central Montana just in time for Christmas.

The storm is dropping heavy snow in northern Montana, much of which is under a winter storm warning through Wednesday, causing slick and hazardous driving conditions on the Rocky Mountain Front.

In Havre, heavy, wet snow fell through the afternoon, stopping overnight with light snow returning in the morning. More is expected to fall, with the hea...

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