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Regional Weather Synopsis
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
355 PM MST Sun Feb 26 2017

A low pressure trough will spread east across the Pacific Northwest
into Montana through Tuesday, continuing light to moderate snow at
least in the mountains. At lower elevations, a stalled cold front
and northerly upslope winds will keep light measurable snow falling
across much of North Central and Central Montana into Monday.
However, only occasional snow showers are expected in the far
Southwest Montana valleys. A Pacific cold front will then move
through the region Monday night into Tuesday, bringing occasional
light snow showers to all lower elevation areas. Temperatures will
remain below normal through the period, with lows in the single
digits and teens, and highs mostly in the 20s.

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