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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Billings MT
442 AM MDT Sun Jun 25 2017

Skies became mostly clear across Montana overnight. A weak cold
front pushed west through the area bringing a few showers to the
central part of the state early in the night. Early this morning,
a weather disturbance brought more showers to the northeast
corner of the state.

Temperatures ranged from the 40s to the mid 50s early this
morning. Livingston and Ennis were the coldest locations with 41
degrees and Billings was the warmest location with 56 degrees.

Weak high pressure will bring mostly sunny skies and seasonable
temperatures to Montana today. A few showers will move through the
far northeast this morning. High temperatures will range from the
70s to the 80s, with some 90s west of the divide.

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