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Regional Weather Synopsis
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
400 AM MDT Wed Mar 29 2017

The next weather disturbance will begin to affect the region today,
with rain shower possible at lower elevations and snow showers
across the mountains. High temperatures will remain unseasonably
mild across the North Central Montana Plains, where highs in the mid
50s to low 60s are expected. Elsewhere, temperatures in the mid 40s
to low 50s are expected, save for the higher elevations where
readings in the 30s should be observed.

Precipitation is then expected to increase in coverage tonight
across Southwest and portions of Central Montana. Travelers through
higher elevations of Southwest Montana should be prepared for the
potential for periods of moderate to heavy precipitation late
tonight. Several inches of snowfall will be possible across the
higher elevations of Southwest Montana, so those with outdoor plans
should be prepared for a prolonged period of wet and cool
temperatures.

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