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Regional Weather Synopsis
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
500 AM MST Tue Feb 21 2017

A significant weather front will push north across Southwest Montana
through the morning hours, bringing a brief period of valley rain
and mountain snow. This front will become stationary over the north-
central Plains and allow for rain and snow to develop during the
afternoon hours, which will become all snow by overnight and
extending into Wednesday. Travel impacts are looking increasingly
likely for much of the Plains late tonight into Wednesday.

After frontal passage this morning across Southwest Montana, strong
west to southwest winds will develop at higher elevations, and may
extend partially down into the valleys, especially late this morning
through early this evening. A stray rain or snow shower with a clap
of thunder can also not be ruled out over parts of Southwest Montana
this afternoon.

Temperatures will generally reach from the mid-30s to mid-40s today,
lows tonight in the 20s to lower 30s.

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