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Quick Pics: Snow hits the Bear Paws


October 2, 2018

Havre Daily News/Gen Yamaguchi

A head of cattle sits in a snowy field off of Montana Secondary Highway 234, Beaver Creek Highway, near Bear Paw Lake Sunday. While forecasters are not predicting a repeat in this area of the record-setting snowstorm the first few days of October in 2017, rain and some snow is in the local forecast through Columbus Day. A winter storm watch is in effect for Toole and eastern Glacier counties, along with snow and freezing rain in the forecast and new snow up to three inches on the plains and six inches in the Sweetgrass Hills predicted. A blizzard warning is in effect for the Rocky Mountain Front with up to eight inches of snow predicted and up to 20 inches in isolated areas. In Liberty, Hill, Blaine and northern Chouteau counties the forecast through Monday predicts intermittent rain and snow showers with highs in the 30s and 40s and lows in the upper 20s and 30s.

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