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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Billings MT
435 AM MST Sun Feb 18 2018

Snowfall was widespread overnight across the Treasure state as
another surge of Arctic air worked into the region from Canada
while moisture laden Pacific air moved in over the top. In places
like Bozeman temperatures dropped from the mid 30s to the mid
teens as the cold air pressed into valleys west of the divide.
Winds gusted to around 50 mph along the southern foothills ahead
of the front around Livingston, while strong gusts also occurred
over mountain passes along the northern Rocky mountain front. 4am
temperatures range from the single digits north to the 20s over
southwest areas. 2 degrees in Cut Bank was the coldest 4am
temperature while Ennis at 30 degrees was the warmest location.

For Today...A winter storm will bring snow across most of the
state today. Winter Storm Warnings and Advisories are in effect.
In addition to the snow, temperatures will continue to fall as
some very cold Arctic air continues to build in from the north.
Gusty northerly winds will produce wind chill values well below
zero.


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