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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Glasgow MT
1017 AM MDT Thu Mar 30 2017


An approaching Pacific disturbance spread some mountain snow and
low elevation rain to western and south central Montana overnight
and into this morning. It was cloudy with rain showers continuing
across southern Montana, with drier air preventing much of the
cloud cover and showers from entering northern Montana for now.
The area that received the most rainfall over the past 24 hours
was Ennis in southwestern Montana, which measured 0.61 inches.
Overnight low temperatures were generally in the 30s and
40s...with a state low of 28 degrees reported at the Conrad
Airport.

Temperatures at 10 am were mild, ranging mainly from the mid 30s
to upper 40s. It was 44 at Havre, 39 at Kalispell, 49 at Sidney, and
46 degrees at Billings.

Winds this morning were variable at 10 mph or less across much of
the state, with south to southwest winds gusting over 20 mph
across parts of south central and southwestern Montana.

Expect mountain snow and lower elevation rain showers across most
of the state today. Far northern areas may manage to remain dry.
Temperatures will range from the 40s in the west to the 60s in
the northeast.

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