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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
3 PM MST SUN FEB 1 2015

SNOW FROM YESTERDAY TAPERED OFF THIS MORNING...BRINGING LITTLE
ADDITIONAL SNOW ACCUMULATION. A FEW ISOLATED AREAS OBSERVED FOG
OTHERWISE CHILLY CONDITIONS PREVAILED. TOTAL SNOW FALL AMOUNTS
AVERAGED IN THE 2 TO 4 INCH RANGE. AS OF 10AM THE HIGHEST REPORTED
SNOW AMOUNT WAS FROM GLASGOW WITH 4.5 INCHES. BOTH GLASGOW AND LOMA
1WNW HAD 0.18 INCH OF MOISTURE. SEVERAL LOCATIONS HAD LOWS BELOW
ZERO THIS MORNING. RUDYARD 21N WAS THE COLDEST SPOT WITH A LOW
READING OF 18 DEGREES BELOW ZERO.

AT 3 PM TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE 20S TO THE 30S ACROSS WESTERN
AND SOUTHERN MONTANA...WITH SINGLE DIGITS AND TEENS IN CENTRAL AND
NORTHEAST MONTANA.

ANOTHER DISTURBANCE WILL CROSS THE STATE TONIGHT...SNOW IS EXPECTED
WEST OF THE DIVIDE THROUGH MOST OF THE NEXT FEW DAYS. THE SNOW WILL
SLOWLY MOVE EAST OF THE DIVIDE OVERNIGHT BRINGING LOCATIONS EAST OF
THE DIVIDE THEIR NEXT ROUND OF MOISTURE.TEMPERATURES OVERNIGHT
SHOULD GENERALLY RANGE IN THE SINGLE DIGITS AND TEENS OVER EASTERN
MONTANA AND AHEAD OF THE FRONT TO THE 20S AND 30S OVER WESTERN AND
CENTRAL MONTANA BEHIND THE WARM FRONT.

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