Blizzard Dumps Record Snowfall on Montana Town

StoryfulWeatherPublished: October 4, 2017
Published: October 4, 2017

A blizzard dumped up to 30 inches of snow on parts of Montana on Tuesday, October 3, leaving thousands without power. At the storm’s peak, 9,000 homes and businesses were without power on Tuesday, a news report said. Thirteen inches of snow fell in Havre over two days, according to the National Weather Service,, breaking a record for a two-day snow event set in 1898. The previous record was 12.6 inches. There were unconfirmed reports of snowfall totals of 25-30 inches in the mountains. Credit: Instagram/Marcus Johnson via Storyful

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