Snow falling at higher elevations as cold front moves through

By | June 15, 2016

From the National Weather Service yesterday

The National Weather Service says … Snow starting to accumulate on the top of Big Mountain near 6700 feet this morning! Logan Pass in Glacier National Park and the high terrain around Missoula is also seeing snow. Quite cool for June day as a cold front slowly migrates eastward. Expect to see periods of snow if traveling or adventuring above 6000 feet.

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