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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Glasgow MT
1015 AM MST Sun Dec 4 2016

Most of the western half of the state has clouds this morning with
the eastern half either sunny or mostly sunny. The clouds are moving
easterward though.  There are some lower clouds and snow showers in
the northwestern portion of the state but not much in the way of

Overnight lows were coldest in extreme northeast Montana and extreme
southwest Montana will readings in the mid teens. Scobey was the
icebox of the state at 12 degrees.  Most areas had lows in the 20s,
but some western locations were in the mid 30s overnight.  The
warmest overnight locations were Eureka and Hamilton at 36 degrees.

For today, expect snow showers to increase and coverage and
as a winter storm moves across the state. Snowfall will mainly be
confined to the western half of the state today, and range from 8
to 14 inches in the mountains to a few inches along the valleys
near the Divide. High temperatures will range from the 30s west to
low 40s east. Tonight brings in the coldest air of the season as
well as some snow that will spread eastward into the southern
mountains and into the plains.

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