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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
500 PM MDT Sun Mar 26 2017

Clouds and mountain showers increased over the western one-third of
Montana ahead of an approaching disturbance, while weak high
pressure kept skies mostly sunny east of the Rockies. Winds were
mostly light and out of the southwest, but more southerly winds
gusted to 35 mph at times through favored valleys of Southwest

At 4 PM...temperatures had mostly warmed into the 50s. The cool spot
at West Yellowstone with 39 degrees, and the warmest reading was 62
degrees at Sidney.

Overnight...Rain and snow showers will increase over the mountain
areas of the west as the disturbance moves into the state, and a few
showers may move out onto the plains. Winds will also remain light
and southerly. Lows will mostly be in the 30s, but 20s are likely in
the mountains.

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