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Snow, slick roads and crashes abound in Western Montana

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The view on I-90 at Lookout pass at mid-morning on Wednesday. (MDT image) The view on I-90 at Lookout pass at mid-morning on Wednesday. (MDT image)

MISSOULA - The snow just keeps falling across Western Montana.

Much of Western Montana is under a Winter Storm Warning and first responders have been scrambling Thursday morning dealing with numerous crashes across the area.

Accidents are delaying traffic on Highway 93 in the Lolo and Missoula areas. There are accidents reported in the area of the Lolo curves and near mile marker 69 in the Florence area.

Secondary roads in the Bitterroot are also seeing their fair share of crashes -- including on the Eastside Highway and the Stevensville cutoff in the Stevensville area. 

There are numerous accidents along Interstate 90 in Mineral and Missoula counties as of mid-morning Wednesday including in the St. Regis, Superior and Clinton areas.

A crash was also slowing traffic on Montana Highway 200 outside of Bonner.

Be sure to check road conditions if you're planning to head out over the next couple of days.

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