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REGIONAL WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
200 PM MST MON DEC 22 2014

Light mountain snow showers will diminish overnight as high pressure
aloft moves into the region, as temperatures remain near to slightly
above normal. Another Pacific system will affect the area beginning
Tuesday afternoon and continuing through Christmas Day. Snow and
gusty westerly winds will initially develop along the Rocky Mountain
Front Tuesday afternoon and spread south along the Continental
Divide through Wednesday. Winds and the chance of precipitation will
increase elsewhere across north central and southwest Montana
Tuesday night into Wednesday, as temperatures become milder. Snow
will become widespread across the area Christmas Eve and Christmas
Day, as temperatures fall to below normal. Temperatures will remain
cool through the end of the week, but snow will diminish after
Christmas.

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