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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Billings MT
428 AM MST Wed Feb 21 2018

Overall, it was a cold and fairly quiet night over Montana with
some light snow showers over the western mountains, and partly
cloudy to mostly clear skies over central and eastern areas as a
weak disturbance dropped into the Northern Rockies.

As of 4am, temperatures ranged from the single digits above zero,
to near twenty degrees below zero. The highest temperatures were
generally found in the western part of the Treasure State, while
the lowest temperatures were found in eastern portions. The lowest
temperature was 19 degrees below zero in Glasgow, while the
highest temperature was 5 degrees above zero in Missoula.

The aforementioned weak disturbance will continue drop through
the region today, producing snow showers for the mountains of
western and south central Montana. Elsewhere, partly cloudy to
mostly sunny skies can be expected. High temperatures today will
range from near twenty degrees above zero across the far west, to
the single digits above zero over eastern areas.

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