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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE Great Falls MT
4 PM MST FRI DEC 19 2014

Conditions across the state we in various stages of transition as
the upper level ridge began to move off to the east as an advancing
pacific cold front began moving across much of Western Montana
bringing rain and snow showers to locations west of the Continental
Divide.

At 4 pm...temperatures ranged from 27 degrees in Plentywood, up to
43 degrees in Great Falls and Livingston. Rain an snow was falling
across much of Western Montana as the Pacific Front begins to impact
the Continental Divide.

For Tonight...RAIN AND SNOW LIKELY WEST...with increasing cloud
cover across the state. Overnight lows should be in the teens and
20s across much of the state.

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WEATHER.GOV/Greatfalls




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