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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Billings MT
420 AM MDT Thu Mar 30 2017

An approaching Pacific disturbance spread some mountain snow and
low elevation rain to western and south central Montana during the
night. At 4 am, rain was being reported at Missoula, Dillon and
Butte. Dillon measured 0.25 inches of rain since Wednesday
evening. It was mostly cloudy and dry across northern and eastern
parts of the state.

Temperatures at 4 am were mild, ranging from the mid 30s to upper
40s. It was 36 at Havre, 41 at Kalispell, 44 at Glendive and 49
degrees at Billings.

Nighttime winds were variable at 10 mph or less across most of
Montana.

Expect mountain snow and lower elevation rain showers across the
state today. Temperatures will range from the 40s in the west to
the lower 60s in the far east.

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