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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Glasgow MT
11 AM MST Wed Mar 1 2017


This morning isolated snow showers could be found over the
northeastern part of the state. The 24 hour max temp of 44 was
reported at Huntley. The 24 hour min temp of minus 4 was reported at
Dunkirk 19 north northeast. The 24 hour maximum precipitation of
0.17 inches was reported at St Mary. The max snowfall of 1.5 inches
was reported at Sidney 2 south.

At 10 AM, temperates ranged from 22 degrees in Wolf Point to 40
degrees in Billings. Skies were generally mostly cloudy, there were
a few lingering snow showers in eastern Montana.

For today, a potent low pressure system will move across the
northern Rockies bringing snow showers and strong winds from the
Continental Divide through the southeastern Plains. Widespread
gusts above 40 mph expected, with pockets of winds 50 to 65 mph.
Blowing snow will be a concern over the central part of the state
as scattered snow showers move in from the north. Highs will
generally range from the 30s north to low 40s south, with mostly
cloudy skies.

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