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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Glasgow MT
1031 AM MST Fri Feb 24 2017


This morning, cloudy skies persisted statewide across Montana.
Areas of light snow showers could be found from north central
portions of the state down to southern Montana. Little
accumulation was reported across most of the state, although 6.0
inches of snow was reported at Springdale in south central
Montana over the last 24 hours. Overnight low temperatures were
generally in the teens and 20s, although St Mary reported a low of
2 below zero.


At 10 AM, temperatures were mainly in the teens and 20s
statewide. The extremes ranged from 16 degrees at a few locations
west of the Divide to 30 degrees at Helena.

For today, areas of light snow will continue across much of the
state. High temperatures will generally be in the 20s and 30s.

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