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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
310 PM MST Tue Jan 23 2018

Today...A northwesterly flow aloft kept skies mostly cloudy with a
few mountain snow showers along and west of the Continental Divide,
but it remained mostly sunny east of the Rockies. Winds stayed
fairly light in the western valleys, but breezy west winds of 10 to
20 mph east of the Rockies gusted between 35 and 45 mph closer to
the Rocky Mountain Front.

At 3 PM MST...Temperatures had mostly warmed into the 20s and 30s,
ranging from 19 degrees at West Yellowstone to 39 degrees at Great

Overnight...Snow will become more widespread across northwest and
west central Montana, but the remainder of the state will only see
increasing cloudiness. Southwest winds will continue to be breezy
along the east slopes of the Rockies, but winds will be lighter
elsewhere, allowing patchy fog to form across northeast Montana.
Lows will generally be in the mid teens and 20s.

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