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Regional Weather Synopsis
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
430 AM MST Wed Jan 17 2018

Weak high pressure aloft will keep the region dry today into
tonight, as increasing westerly winds help warm temperatures above
normal through Thursday. The next Pacific weather system will then
bring light measurable snow to the Rocky Mountain Front and to areas
along and south of a Great Falls to Lewistown line Thursday through
Friday. Snowfall amounts above mountain pass level will likely be in
the 6 to 12 inch range. Colder than normal temperatures with an
unsettled weather pattern is then expected in the wake of this
system for this weekend.

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