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Regional Weather Synopsis
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
430 AM MST Thu Nov 23 2017


A brisk westerly flow aloft will reside over the region for our
Thanksgiving into Friday. As a result, expect periods of strong
winds over the region, especially this afternoon and evening.
Additionally, periods of rain are expected over the western
mountains. The rain will gradually change to snow on tonight into
Friday, as a Pacific cool front moves through the region. In
addition, this front has the potential to produce a brief period
of heavy rain at lower elevations. Looking ahead to the weekend,
it will be mild and breezy through Sunday. Occasional rain and/or
snow showers are possible, especially in the mountains.

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