MISSOULA - There are no longer any severe driving condition alerts in Western Montana, according to the Montana Department of Transportation.
MISSOULA - The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) is warning drivers of severe driving conditions in parts of Western Montana.
MDT reports severe driving conditions exist on Interstate 90 between the Idaho border and St. Regis.
Chains are also required for towing units heading over Lookout Pass.
The severe driving conditions alert issued for Montana Highway 135 between St. Regis and Paradise has been lifted.
MDT was reporting severe driving conditions on Montana Highway 200 between Plains and Perma.
There earlier severe driving conditions alert issued for Montana Highway 28 between Plains and Hot Springs has been lifted.
The latest on road conditions from the MDT can be found here.
The video below shows the conditions on Reserve Street in Missoula as of 8:30 a.m. on Thursday.
The Montana Highway Patrol is reporting several accidents along I-90.
One crash is being reported on I-90 east by the Airway Boulevard exit in Missoula.
In Mineral County, accidents are being reported on I-90 west at mile marker 16 as well as on I-90 west near mile marker 52.