Blizzard Causes Snow Drifts in Northern Montana

Heavy snow blanketed Great Falls and much of north-central Montana on Sunday, November 8. A blizzard warning was in effect through 6 am Monday morning, with 40 to 60 mph wind gusts causing near-zeo visibility, KRTV reported.

The snow forced school closures, dangerous road conditions and widespread power outages, the report said. The National Weather Service warned drivers of icy and snow-covered roadways.

This video taken from Havre shows the wind blowing and some snow drifts packed against buildings. Havre is 113 miles northeast of Great Falls. Credit: Michael Anderson via Storyful

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