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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Glasgow MT
1029 AM MST Sat Jan 21 2017


Cloudy skies persisted across western Montana this morning. With
the clearing skies and light winds east of the Divide, some
patchy dense fog has developed over eastern Montana. Overnight
low temperatures were generally in the single digits and teens,
with a state low of 4 below reported at Bannack.

Temperatures at 10 AM ranged mainly from the teens to the 30s
across the state. The extremes ranged from 5 degrees at Helena to
33 degrees at Roy.

For today, patchy fog may persist across eastern portions of the
state throughout the morning hours. Isolated to scattered rain or
snow showers will be found in the west. Afternoon highs will be
mainly in the 30s statewide.


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