Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Glasgow, MT

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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Glasgow MT
347 AM MST Sat Dec 10 2016

This is the Regional Weather Summary for the eastern two thirds of
Montana...Southern Saskatchewan...and Western North Dakota.

A disturbance will spread snow across the area this weekend. The
best chances for accumulating snow will be today and tomorrow in
areas north of the Missouri River, where 3 to 4 inches of snow
will be possible. South of the river, 2 to 3 inches is expected.
Another disturbance on Monday may bring an additional half inch of
snow in the east to 2 inches of snow in the west. Temperatures
will continue to be significantly below average for the next week.

Afternoon highs today can be expected to range from the single
digits below zero to the mid teens.

For tomorrow, expect morning low temperatures to range from the
mid teens below zero to the low single digits above zero, while
afternoon high temperatures are expected to range from the single
digits above zero to the upper 20s.

On Monday, morning lows should range from around 10 below zero to
the low single digits above zero, while afternoon highs should be
in the single digits above and below zero.

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