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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
3 PM MST WED DEC 24 2014

MIXED PRECIPITATION HAS TRANSITIONED TO SNOW FOR MOST AREAS ACROSS
MONTANA. THE HEAVIEST SNOW ACCUMULATION WILL OCCUR IN THE MOUNTAINS
OVER NORTH CENTRAL AND SOUTHWEST MONTANA WHERE 6 TO 12 INCHES OF
SNOW ARE POSSIBLE. IN LOWER ELEVATIONS...2 TO 5 INCHES OF SNOW IS
EXPECTED. LESSER SNOW AMOUNTS OF 1 TO 4 INCHES IS EXPECTED OVER THE
VALLEYS WEST OF THE CONTINENTAL DIVIDE. IN EASTERN MONTANA...UP TO 2
INCHES OF SNOW ARE POSSIBLE. VISIBILITY WILL BE LESS THAN ONE MILE
AT TIMES AND ROADS MAY BECOME SNOW-COVERED AND ICY SO USE CAUTION IS
PLANNING TO TRAVEL THIS EVENING.

SNOW WILL CONTINUE TONIGHT INTO CHRISTMAS DAY THEN TAPER FROM NORTH
TO SOUTH. SNOW SHOWERS MAY LINGER IN THE MOUNTAINS BUT LITTLE
ADDITIONAL SNOW ACCUMULATION IS EXPECTED. HIGH TEMPERATURES ON
THURSDAY...CHRISTMAS DAY WILL BE IN THE 20S OVER NORTHERN MONTANA
AND IN THE 20S TO LOW 30S OVER WESTERN AND SOUTHERN MONTANA.

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