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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Billings MT
520 AM MST Sun Dec 17 2017

Skies were mostly cloudy across the northwest corner of the state
with mostly clear skies elsewhere. Some light snow was reported
across the south central areas during the early evening hours.
Otherwise, no precipitation was reported across the state.
However, moisture associated with the snow, combined with clear
skies and calm winds, resulted in the development of fog across
the Billings area. Winds were light and variable between 5 and 15
mph. The exception was along the northern front range where winds
gusted around 40 mph at times. Temperatures started the evening
mainly in the teens and 20s. By 5am, readings were in the single
digits and teens for most locations.

For today, skies will be mostly cloudy with snow showers across
the west with mostly sunny skies across the east. Afternoon highs
will be in the 20s and 30s west, with 30s and 40s east.

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