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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
210 PM MDT Mon Sep 25 2017

As of 2 PM it was 52 in Missoula, 54 in Bozeman, 56 in both Billings
and Helena, and 58 degrees in both Great Falls and Glasgow. Abundant
cloud cover and isolated showers resided over the western and
eastern thirds of the state, while the central portion of Montana
was experiencing mainly clear skies.

In general, skies are expected to be partly to mostly cloudy the
rest of today and tonight. Isolated rain showers and mountain snow
showers are expected. Patchy fog may develop after midnight. Lows
will dip into the 30`s or 40`s in most valleys and on the plains,
while lows in the 20`s or 30`s are expected in higher-elevation
valleys and the mountains.

On Tuesday, partly to mostly cloudy skies will persist. Any patchy
fog will dissipate by noon. Isolated rain showers and mountain snow
showers are possible. Afternoon highs will range from the 30`s and
40`s in the mountains to the 50`s and 60`s at lower elevations.

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