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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
305 PM MST Fri Feb 23 2018

As of 3 PM it was 7 in Glasgow, 16 in Bozeman, 19 in Missoula, 21 in
both Billings and Great Falls, and 24 degrees in Helena. Fair
weather was gracing much of Montana. However, a blizzard was
continuing to affect the Rocky Mountain Front region, while some
light snow was falling in portions of western Montana`s mountains,
including Lookout Pass.

Cloud cover will continue to increase from west to east the rest of
today and tonight, resulting in partly to mostly cloudy skies for
the western two-thirds of the state. Farther east, mainly clear
skies are expected. Light snow showers will likely persist for many
of the mountains, while blowing snow will continue to affect
southwest and especially north-central Montana. In addition, the
Rocky Mountain Front will continue to experience a blizzard through
the predawn hours of Saturday. Lows will reach the single digits to
teens in the western two-thirds of Montana. Farther east, lows are
forecast to mainly reach the single digits above or below zero.

On Saturday, partly to mostly cloudy skies are expected statewide.
Light snow will fall in western, southwest, and south-central
Montana, especially in the mountains. While blowing snow will
persist over southwest and north-central Montana, somewhat weaker
winds should allow the blizzard along the Rocky Mountain Front to
end by daybreak. Highs will reach the 20`s to lower 30`s in most

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