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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
224 PM MDT Sun Sep 24 2017

As of 2 PM it was 51 in both Billings and Bozeman, 52 in Glasgow, 55
in Missoula, and 56 degrees in both Great Falls and Helena. Fair
weather continued to grace most of the Treasure State. However, a
few rain showers were impacting northeastern Montana.

Skies will range from mainly clear to mostly cloudy through tonight,
with the greatest cloud cover expected over the western and eastern
thirds of the state. A few rain showers remain possible over the
eastern third of the state and some of these showers may mix with or
change to wet snow after sunset. Patchy fog and frost are possible
after midnight. Lows will dip into the 20`s or 30`s in most
locations.

On Monday, partly to mostly cloudy skies are expected with any fog
likely dissipating by mid-morning. Isolated mountain snow showers
are possible throughout the day, while a few snow and/or rain
showers cannot be ruled-out at lower elevations. Afternoon highs
will generally reach the 50`s or 60`s, but 30`s to 40`s are forecast
for the mountains.

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weather.gov/greatfalls



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