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Regional Weather Synopsis
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
320 PM MST TUE JAN 24 2017

A moist northerly flow aloft will keep snow showers over the
mountains of Western and Southwest Montana through Wednesday night.
Otherwise, mostly cloudy skies over the plains tonight will become
partly cloudy for Wednesday and Wednesday night. High pressure will
then build in from the west Thursday through Friday, bringing drier
conditions with variable cloudiness. While westerly winds become
breezy over the plains with areas of blowing snow through the end of
the week, lighter winds with temperature inversions could cause some
valleys to have patchy fog and hazy conditions. Temperatures will
gradually warm closer to normal over the plains, but lows in the
single digits above and below zero and highs in the teens to lower
20s will be common in the cooler southwest valleys.

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