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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Glasgow MT
1102 AM MST Tue Dec 6 2016

Some flurries to light snow showers were still being reported this
morning in portions of central and southeast Montana. Skies across
the state were generally partly cloudy to mostly cloudy in the
south and southwest, and mostly clear to partly cloudy in the
north. Winds across the state widely varied from calm to light in
portions of the west, to 15-30 mph with gusts at times to near 40
mph in the east.

As of 10 am, temperatures across the state generally ranged from
the single digits below zero to near 20 degrees. The coldest
locations were at Cut Bank, Augusta, Bowman`s Corner, and
Stanford, all of which reported a temperature of 3 degrees below
zero. The warmest location was at Ronan, which reported a
temperature of 20 degrees.

For today, arctic air will continue to pour into the region. Some
scattered light flurries or snow showers may be possible
throughout the rest of the day. Expect generally partly to mostly
cloudy conditions with high temps from the single digits north to
low teens south.

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