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Western Montana reported dangerous driving conditions

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Missoula, Montana – Motorists are being cautioned by the Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) about dangerous driving conditions in several areas of western Montana.

Between the Idaho border and St. Regis, Interstate 90 is reported to have dangerous driving conditions by MDT.

Towing vehicles crossing Lookout Pass also need chains.

In addition, there are reports of dangerous driving conditions on Montana Highway 135 in Sanders County between St. Regis and Paradise.

Between Plains and Perma, MDT reported dangerous driving conditions on Montana Highway 200.

Between Plains and Hot Springs, Montana Highway 28 has also been reported to have dangerous driving conditions.

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