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BP EarthWatch shares winter storm information related to dangerous weather hitting the US right now.

The first major snowstorm of the season continued to unfold across parts of the Intermountain West on Tuesday as forecasters said the robust storm system was impacting areas from Montana to Arizona.

Winter storm warnings were in place for parts of Wyoming, Montana, Colorado, Utah and Idaho. Snow began falling across parts of Nevada, Idaho and Montana as early as Monday morning. Some parts of Montana had already reported more than a foot of snow as of late Monday night, with as much as 20 inches falling near the community of Pony in the southwestern part of the state.

Across the highest elevations of Montana, Idaho, Wyoming and Colorado, snow may be measured in feet rather than inches as an AccuWeather Local StormMax of 40 inches of snow is possible through Wednesday. Places along the Front Range like Torrington, Wyoming, Fort Collins, Colorado, and perhaps even the western suburbs of Denver are expected to stay just warm enough for precipitation to fall as liquid; however, there’s a small chance the first flakes of the season mix in.

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