(MISSOULA)- The snow totals aren't as impressive as they were with a storm that swept across much of the Treasure State earlier, but drivers are coping with snowy driving again today.
A strong storm swept out of Southeastern British Columbia late last night, bringing steady snow showers to Northwest Montana, gradually spreading south and east through the morning hours.
Montana Department of Transportation reported most roads, including the main east-west use Interstate 90, were seeing new snow this morning, with snowy and icy conditions. Snow totals have been minimal to moderate in the mountain passes and higher elevations.
The National Weather Service is expecting snow to taper off later today, with temperatures in many areas plunging deep into the teens, and even upper single digits. Another system with mixed rain and snow, or even freezing rain, could create some travel problems Friday.