Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Glasgow MT
328 PM MST Sat Dec 10 2016


This is the Regional Weather Summary for the eastern two thirds of
Montana...Southern Saskatchewan...and Western North Dakota.

A disturbance will continue to move through northeast Montana
through tonight, spreading snow across the area. Snow
accumulations of 2 to 4 inches are expected north of the Missouri
River, with 2 to 3 inches expected south of the Missouri River.
A few locations may see accumulations a little higher than that.
Another disturbance late Sunday may bring an additional half inch
of snow in the east to nearly 2 inches of snow in the west. Gusty
winds will create reduced visibility due to blowing snow in some
locations through tonight. Temperatures will continue to be
significantly below average for the next week.

For tomorrow, expect morning low temperatures to range from the
mid teens below zero to the low single digits above zero, while
afternoon high temperatures are expected to range from the single
digits above zero to the upper 20s.

On Monday, morning lows should range from around 10 below zero to
the low single digits above zero, while afternoon highs should be
in the single digits above and below zero.

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