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Talking big snow out west I hope it hits and that canada gets a bunch they are bad dry.

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Heavy snow can stay in Canada.
As much as i dont like it we could use a good dumping of nice wet snow that melts two days latter or its going to get bad fast. The may pond count is not looking good for both dakotas and horrible in Canada. Talk of a shortened waterfowl season if it does not get better. That would suck
 

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If you overlay the respective watersheds on that GFS depiction of expected snow, most of what Montana receives will fall outside of the Missouri and Yellowstone watersheds. 2-4 inches on the plains of MT and ND will be hardly a blip on the Missouri River and the respective reservoirs.

Then again, at this point we'll take what we can get.
 


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If you overlay the respective watersheds on that GFS depiction of expected snow, most of what Montana receives will fall outside of the Missouri and Yellowstone watersheds. 2-4 inches on the plains of MT and ND will be hardly a blip on the Missouri River and the respective reservoirs.

Then again, at this point we'll take what we can get.
I am more worried about pot holes and small sloughs.
 

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The GFS has had storms for us late in the run all winter. But they never pan out. One of these days one will. We need it.

LOL, ain't that the truth. I had a seasoned meteorologist tell me years ago that if we lived on days 7-10 of the GFS, Earth would be uninhabitable. There's some wisdom in his observations.
 

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Everyone remembers the April 2022 storm - that one gave us 35 inches here in Minot! Most snow I have ever experienced from one system.
 


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LOL, ain't that the truth. I had a seasoned meteorologist tell me years ago that if we lived on days 7-10 of the GFS, Earth would be uninhabitable. There's some wisdom in his observations.
And the next run shows barely anything in the same timeframe. Pretty bleak for moisture it looks like.
 


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For our area the GFS and Euro are pretty well aligned of late. At least to the timeline the Euro goes out. Yellowstone area has good snow coming but the rest of the Missouri River basin is pretty dry.
 

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Its a monster snow storm,this storm today and two zeroing in on California next week


Yesterday on beoia pass cali
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Looking at snow totals in Montana looks like a trip to big sky and bridger might br worth checking out,red lodge is a cool mtn town.
 


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