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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
430 PM MST SAT DEC 27 2014

SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY ACROSS THE STATE SATURDAY AFTERNOON AS A
DEVELOPING WINTER STORM MOVED CLOSER TO THE REGION. SNOW WAS
STARTING TO SPREAD ACROSS NORTHWEST MONTANA WHILE PERIODS OF SNOW
HAD OCCURRED THROUGH MUCH OF THE DAY OVER MOUNTAIN AREAS. AFTERNOON
TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE 20S ACROSS MOST OF THE STATE...WITH TEENS
IN THE FAR SOUTHEAST. GUSTY WINDS PICKED UP FOR SOME DOWNSLOPE AREAS
OF NORTH CENTRAL AND SOUTH CENTRAL MONTANA.

SNOW WILL CONTINUE TO SPREAD ACROSS WESTERN AND CENTRAL MONTANA
OVERNIGHT FROM NORTHWEST TO SOUTHEAST. AN ARCTIC FRONT WILL ENTER
CENTRAL MONTANA MID-DAY SUNDAY WITH INCREASING NORTH WINDS AND AREAS
OF MODERATE TO HEAVY SNOWFALL. TRAVEL WILL BECOME HAZARDOUS WITH
SNOW COVERED ROADS AND REDUCED VISIBILITY IN BLOWING SNOW.
TEMPERATURES TURN COLDER BEHIND THE FRONT. HIGH TEMPERATURES ON
MONDAY WILL BE IN THE SINGLE DIGITS ABOVE AND BELOW ZERO FOR MOST
AREAS OF THE STATE.

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WEATHER.GOV/GREATFALLS






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