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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Billings MT
443 AM MST Tue Dec 6 2016

Isolated snow showers were still occuring over portions of
southern and eastern Montana overnight. East of the divide gusty
winds 15 to 30 mph combined with falling temperatures were
producing wind chills below -20 F in some locations with the
coldest wind chills being felt over the Plains.

At 4 AM, temperatures across the state were quite cold.
Temperatures ranged from the teens to below zero. Extremes ranged
from 21 degrees at Missoula to -4 degrees at Cut Bank.

For today, arctic air will continue to pour into the region.
Expect generally cloudy conditions with high temps from the
single digits north to low teens south.

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