Here’s some interesting snow and temperature information about Montana. Annual snowfall in Montana reach up to 300 inches (25 feet) in the Rocky Mountains in the western half of the state; the east may get as little as 20 inches. Most of the larger cities have annual snowfall within the 30- to 50-inch range. Montana holds the national record for cold with a 70-degrees-below-zero reading near Helena. And if you research the recorded low for most Montana towns on any given day from early November through March, you will see they range from minus 10 to minus 50 or colder.Now, with all that said. Montana has some of the best skiing and snowboarding in the nation. If you’re headed up our way this winter, plan according and have a great time!