Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Glasgow MT
304 AM MST Sat Feb 24 2018

This is the Regional Weather Summary for the eastern two thirds
of Montana, Southern Saskatchewan, and Western North Dakota.

A deep upper trough will persist over the western U.S. this
weekend. Meanwhile, weak embedded upper level disturbances will
lead to increasing cloud cover at times and isolated snow showers.
As the surface low tracking along southern Saskatchewan pushes
downstream, drier weather is expected early next week.

Today, expect partly to mostly cloudy skies. Isolated snow showers
are possible, especially right along the Canadian border. Highs
will range from the 20s to around 30. A few of the deeper river
valley locations may see slightly lower temperatures. Winds will
be west at 10 to 20 mph during the day with higher gusts over the
complex terrain such as the Little Rockies.

Tonight, skies will be mostly cloudy with lows of 0 to 10 above.

Sunday, skies will be mostly cloudy with isolated snow showers
late in the day, again, the best chances look to be right along
the Canadian border. Highs will range from 25 to 35.

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