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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Glasgow MT
1030 AM MDT Tue Apr 25 2017

A storm system which developed over Wyoming last night has brought
mixed snow and rain showers to the area. Showers became more
widespread overnight and changed to wet snow along the foothills and
over southeast Montana. A trace to a couple inches of wet, slushy
snow, accumulated along the foothills locations from Livingston to
Red Lodge. Up to 7 inches of snowfall has been reported at west
Yellowstone in the last 24 hours.

At 10 AM MDT, wet snow was falling over much of southern and
southeastern Montana south of a line from Billings to Ekalaka.
Elsewhere, scattered rain and snow showers were present over
northern central parts of the state. Light rain was reported at Fort
Benton, Lewistown, and Shelby. Fog was reported at Cut Bank, Great
Falls, and Miles City.

For the rest of the day, snow showers should transition to rain by
the afternoon and diminish across the southeastern and eastern parts
of the state. Across the west, scattered showers and isolated
thunderstorms are expected. High temperatures will be in the 30s and
40s for most of the state with a few isolated 50s across the far
western quarter.

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