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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BILLINGS MT
448 AM MST THU FEB 11 2016

AREAS OF LIGHT SNOW AND FOG PERSISTED ACROSS NORTHEAST MONTANA
OVERNIGHT WHERE A COLDER AIR MASS HAD SETTLED IN. IN THE
MEANTIME...GENERALLY MILD TEMPERATURES AND FAIR WEATHER RULED
AREAS TO THE WEST.

AT 4 AM MST...TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM 20S OVER THE NORTHEAST TO
30S AND EVEN 40S ELSEWHERE. THE WARMEST READING WAS 48 DEGREES AT
LIVINGSTON WHILE THE COLDEST WAS 28 DEGREES AT WOLF POINT.

FOR TODAY...THE NORTHEAST WILL CONTINUE TO SEE AREAS OF SNOW THIS
MORNING...TURNING TO A MIX OF RAIN AND SNOW IN THE AFTERNOON. MILD
WEATHER WILL PREVAIL AGAIN ELSEWHERE. LOOK FOR AFTERNOON HIGHS
RANGING FROM 20S IN THE EXTREME NORTHEAST TO MID 60S OVER PORTIONS
OF SOUTHEAST MONTANA.

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