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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
430 PM MST SUN DEC 28 2014

A WINTER STORM SPREAD SNOW ACROSS MOST AREAS OF MONTANA ON SUNDAY.
HEAVY SNOW CAUSED DANGEROUS DRIVING CONDITIONS ALONG INTERSTATE 90
WEST OF MISSOULA. BLOWING SNOW REDUCED VISIBILITY ON ROADS IN NORTH
CENTRAL MONTANA. AREAS OF SNOW HAD ALSO DEVELOPED ACROSS EASTERN
MONTANA AS ARCTIC AIR MOVED THROUGH THE STATE. AT 4PM...TEMPERATURES
RANGED FROM NEAR ZERO IN NORTHEAST MONTANA TO UPPER 20S FOR THE FAR
NORTHWEST. MOST LOCATIONS ACROSS CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN MONTANA
REPORTED TEMPERATURES IN THE TEENS AND LOW 20S.

SNOW WITH CONTINUE TO MOVE THROUGH CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST MONTANA
OVERNIGHT. SNOW AND BLOWING SNOW WILL CAUSE HAZARDOUS TRAVEL WITH
ICY ROADS AND REDUCED VISIBILITY. SNOW WILL END FOR MOST AREAS
DURING THE DAY MONDAY. LOW TEMPERATURES WILL DIP BELOW ZERO FOR ALL
BUT FAR NORTHWEST MONTANA. ARCTIC AIR REMAINS IN PLACE THROUGH
TUESDAY NIGHT.

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