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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BILLINGS MT
455 AM MST FRI DEC 26 2014

CLOUDS WERE IN PLACE OVER ALL BUT CENTRAL MONTANA OVERNIGHT. THOSE
CLOUDS ACTED LIKE A BLANKET AND KEPT TEMPERATURES A BIT WARMER FOR
THE WESTERN AND EASTERN SECTIONS OF THE STATE. MEANWHILE...A CLEAR
SKY AND LIGHT WINDS ALLOWED TEMPERATURES TO FALL BELOW ZERO DURING
THE NIGHT IN PLACES LIKE BOZEMAN AND LIVINGSTON. THERE WERE ALSO A
FEW PATCHES OF FOG OVER CENTRAL MONTANA AT TIMES IN AND AROUND THE
BOZEMAN...BIG TIMBER AND BILLINGS AREAS. SOME SNOW SHOWER ACTIVITY
WAS NOTED IN WESTERN AND NORTH CENTRAL MONTANA DURING THE NIGHT...
BUT ANY ACCUMULATIONS WERE LIGHT.

AT 4 AM...TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM 15 BELOW AT WEST YELLOWSTONE TO
27 AT HAMILTON AND MISSOULA.

FOR TODAY...IT WILL BE MOSTLY CLOUDY. THERE WILL BE SCATTERED SNOW
SHOWERS WEST AND A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SNOW SHOWERS ELSEWHERE. PATCHY
FOG IS POSSIBLE THIS MORNING SOUTH CENTRAL AND NORTHEAST. HIGHS
WILL MAINLY BE IN THE 20S TODAY.

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WEATHER.GOV/BILLINGS

CJS



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