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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
258 PM MST Fri Jan 20 2017

This afternoon...skies ranged from mostly cloudy across the western
half of the state to mostly sunny further east. A weak disturbance
brought light snow to far western Montana. As of 2pm...temperatures
were in the 30s and 40s east of the Continental Divide...and in the
20s to the west.

The disturbance will continue to bring light snow to parts of
western Montana through this evening...possibly reaching just east
of the Divide. Overall...generally light snowfall amounts are
expected in those areas through tonight. Once again...patchy fog
will be possible overnight as well.

Temperatures will remain close to normal through Sunday...then begin
gradually decreasing through early next week. Areas of snow will
return to much of the state over the next few days.

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