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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Billings MT
435 AM MST Sun Feb 19 2017

Moist southwest flow aloft brought some mainly mountain rain and
snow showers across western and south central Montana during the
night. Skies were mostly cloudy across the state. Slight
visibility reductions due to fog were observed at Sidney and Wolf
Point at 4 am.

Temperatures at 4 am ranged from the upper 20s to mid 40s. It was
29 at Sidney, 35 at Missoula, 40 at Billings and a balmy 47
degrees at Great Falls.

Gusty south to southwest winds were observed in parts of central
Montana during the night. At 4 am, gusts over 20 mph were felt at
Ennis and Great Falls. Elsewhere, winds were variable at 10 mph or
less.

An upper level disturbance and cold front will bring snow showers
to the mountains and scattered lower elevation rain showers today.
A few thunderstorms are also possible this afternoon in western
and south central Montana. Temperatures will be near normal west
of the continental divide, but well above normal with highs in the
50s across most of the eastern plains.

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