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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Billings MT
431 AM MST Tue Jan 24 2017

Skies were mostly cloudy overnight with light snow ongoing over
most of central and southern Montana. Snow accumulations of
a couple of inches possible through morning with the highest
amounts in the southern mountains and foothills.

At 4 AM, temperatures ranged from the single digits in the
northwestern portion of the state to the 20s in the southeastern
Montana. The coldest spot was 5 degrees in Cut BanK, while the
warmest spot was 22 degrees in Billings and Miles City.

For today, snow will come to an end over the southern part of the
state with partly to mostly cloudy skies elsewhere. Afternoon
highs will be in Teens to upper 20s.


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