MISSOULA — The National Weather Service office in Missoula is confirmed what we're seeing -- there's quite a bit of snow on the ground!
One report from the NWS on Saturday morning shows that 18" of snow fell in Potomac while 16" fell near Seeley Lake.
Another report shows 14" near Plains and in the St. Regis area. Arlee was checking is with a snow total of 13".
NWS reports an even foot of snow has fallen in Alberton, Connor and Thompson Falls while 8" was measured near Superior.
Additionally, NWS reports that as of 6 a.m., the official snowfall total for Missoula -- which is near the Missoula International Airport -- was 13.1".
The all-time two-day October snowfall record is 15" which was set in 1914, according to the National Weather Service.
❗️ As of 6 am MDT, the official snowfall total for Missoula (measured near @MissoulaAirport) is 13.1" ❗️ The all-time 2-Day October snowfall record is 15", set in 1914.
— NWS Missoula (@NWSMissoula) October 24, 2020
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