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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Glasgow MT
1034 AM MST Sat Feb 25 2017


Cloudy skies were found across the state this morning. Areas of
light snow and patchy fog could be found across portions of
eastern Montana as well. Accumulations have been light, with
generally less than an inch of snow reported. Overnight low
temperatures generally ranged from the single digits to the 20s,
with a state low of 0 degrees at Bannack.


At 10 am, the coldest temperature reported was 10 degrees at West
Yellowstone in southwest Montana. The warmest reading was 29
degrees, which was the reading at both Miles City and Helena.


For today, mountain snow showers are expected in the west with
scattered snow showers expected across the eastern plains. High
temperatures will be mainly in the upper 20s and 30s.

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