Record St Helena snow

Helena and surrounding areas remained under a winter storm watch after a storm dumped a heavy blanket of snow overnight last Friday.

The advisory issued by the Great Falls National Weather Service covered Helena, Flesher Pass, Rogers Pass, Montana City, Boulder Hill, Battle Ridge Pass, and Bozeman Pass. Another 2 to 6 inches of snow accumulation was expected Sunday through Monday morning.

The snowfall set a record, says reader Clay Olson. Clay included this link https://www.kxlh.com/rebound/keeping-you-safe but I still can’t figure out where he got that info.

However, here’s a link showing that Helena definitely did get a large covering of snow.

https://helenair.com/photos-october-storm- -helena-in-snow/collection_0f57c8c6-2103-5cc9-a557-81d91d3a2c0f.html#7

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October 21, 2020 at 06:58PM

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