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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
310 PM MST MON DEC 22 2014

THE NORTHWESTERLY FLOW ALOFT CONTINUED TO BRING MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES
AND SCATTERED LIGHT TO MODERATE SNOW SHOWERS TO MUCH OF MONTANA
THROUGHOUT THE DAY. ADDITIONAL SNOWFALL WAS MOSTLY LIGHT...BUT A FEW
INCHES OF NEW SNOW HAD FALLEN IN THE MOUNTAINS. WINDS WERE GENERALLY
OUT OF THE WEST TO NORTHWEST AT 10 TO 20 MPH ACROSS THE STATE WITH
GUSTS OF 30 TO 40 MPH AT TIMES IN SOME AREAS...CAUSING BRIEF PERIODS
OF BLOWING SNOW.

AT 3 PM...TEMPERATURES HAD WARMED MOSTLY INTO THE 30S AT LOWER
ELEVATIONS...BUT ONLY INTO THE TEENS AND 20S IN THE MOUNTAINS. AMONG
THE LOWER ELEVATIONS...TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM 27 AT
BAKER...GLENDIVE...SIDNEY...AND WOLF POINT TO 41 AT LAUREL.

OVERNIGHT...ANY LINGERING SNOW SHOWERS WILL DIMINISH...AS CLOUDINESS
AND WINDS WILL DECREASE FROM THE WEST. TEMPERATURES WILL MOSTLY FALL
INTO THE 20S...BUT MOUNTAIN LOCATIONS AND THE SOUTHWEST VALLEYS WILL
FALL INTO THE TEENS AND SINGLE DIGITS.

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WEATHER.GOV/GREATFALLS




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