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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
403 PM MDT Sun Apr 23 2017

Unsettled weather is impacting much of the Treasure State this
afternoon as an upper disturbance crosses the region. The most
unsettled weather is across the central third of the state, with
light rain over north-central Montana, with scattered showers and
isolated thunderstorms over parts of central and and south-central
Montana. The one exception to the unsettled weather so far today is
southeast Montana, where mostly sunny skies have resulted in
seasonably warm temperatures.

At 4 PM, there was a wide range of temperatures across the state.
Temperatures well into the 60s to near 70 degrees are common over
parts of southeast Montana, while much of the rest of the state
resides in the 40s to mid-50s. A few locations over far northeast
Montana have so far failed to get out of the 30s where clouds have
predominated.

For this evening and overnight, clouds and rain will expand east
across the eastern half of Montana, with scattered showers
continuing over western and southern Montana through the overnight.
Some locations over southwest Montana may see a brief period of
snow, especially at higher elevations. Lows tonight will mainly drop
into the 30s, except 20s over higher elevations of southern and
western Montana.


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