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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
415 PM MST Mon Feb 27 2017

A moist westerly flow aloft continued snow showers through the
afternoon over Montana west of Continental Divide and in the
southwest. East of the Rockies, skies were partly cloudy, with a few
snow showers in the northeast. South to southeast winds were common
across the state, mainly between 10 and 20 mph.

At 4 pm...temperatures had mostly warmed into the 20s, ranging from
16 degrees at Judith Gap and Poplar to 32 at Missoula.

Overnight...Snow will continue over the mountain areas of Western
and Southwest Montana, with a few showers moving over the area east
of the Rockies. Winds will remain fairly light, shifting more
southerly in the east and more westerly in the west. Lows will
generally fall into the teens, but some locations may reach single

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