Winter weather advisory upgraded to winter storm warning

Heavy snowfall reported over northern rocky mountain front in Montana.

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
620 AM MDT WED OCT 3 2012

.UPDATE…

WINTER STORM WARNING HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR THE NORTHERN ROCKY MOUNTAIN FRONT AS A RESULT OF HEAVY SNOWFALL REPORTED BY OBSERVERS AND AUTOMATED SYSTEMS. LIGHT SNOW WILL CONTINUE FOR A WHILE AND MAY ADD TO CURRENT ACCUMULATIONS UNTIL TEMPERATURES WARM UP LATER THIS MORNING.

So much for children not knowing what snow will look like.

http://1.usa.gov/T10Vt4

Thanks to Josh for this link


2 thoughts on “Winter weather advisory upgraded to winter storm warning

  1. Why are they referring to these systems as; “Early winter storms?” They should instead be referring to them as; “Early Fall snowtorms,” or as; “Significant early Fall snow events.” Winter doesn’t officially begin until December 21 and THAT is still a looong way off.

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