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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Billings MT
415 AM MST Wed Nov 22 2017

It was a fairly quiet night across the Treasure state overnight,
with scattered clouds across much of the state overnight.
Meanwhile eastern skies were mostly clear. Winds were generally
light across the bulk of the state overnight. The exception was
through central zones, where areas impacted by funneling of winds
through the mountain passes brought much higher winds, including
Livingston, and Great Falls, and Cut Bank. Gusts to 59 mph were
recorded in Livingston overnight.

Temperatures slowly rose throughout the night across the entire Big
Sky State, as upper level ridging developed over the region. At
4am, the coolest temperature was 19 degrees reported in Wolf
Point, while the warmest reported was 55 degrees in Livingston.

For today, skies will be partly cloudy. Strong and gusty winds
are expected to continue in mountain gap areas. Gusty winds are
expected to spread eastward across much of the state through the
day. Isolated rain showers are possible for portions of south
central Montana, as well as scattered snow showers in the
area mountains. Afternoon highs are expected to be in the 50s and
60s in most locations.

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