Low pressure just off the coast of Maine will move northward into eastern Canada by Friday evening, producing light accumulating snow across northern Maine.
An upper level trough over the northern Great Basin early today will eventually give way to an upper low across the Northern Rockies and High Plains Friday afternoon and evening. This will help set the stage for moderate to heavy snowfall across the Northern Rockies above 5000 to 6000 feet. This includes the Absaroka Range through the Tetons and Wind River Mountainds, where 2-day totals across the highest elevations in central Montana could exceed one foot (average between 12-18+ inches), the bulk of which would fall through Saturday morning.
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