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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
421 PM MST WED Dec 7 2016

Under partly to mostly cloudy skies, temperatures late this
afternoon ranged from 3 below zero in Cut Bank to 15 above zero in
Missoula. With the wind, it felt even colder, especially across
eastern Montana where the wind was the strongest.

Clouds will decrease some tonight, especially across the western
half of Montana. The wind will gradually decrease as well which will
allow temperatures to fall down below zero for much of the Treasure
State. The coldest readings are expected across central Montana
where temperatures could drop to as low as 10 to 20 below zero.
Elsewhere, temperatures of zero to 10 below are expected. As usual,
the typically colder valleys will see much colder readings. Other
than scattered flurries, most areas will remain dry through tonight.

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