Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Glasgow MT
332 AM MST Mon Dec 5 2016


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

A cold front moving through northeast Montana this morning is
bringing scattered snow showers and gusty northwest winds through
the area. Snowfall accumulations are expected to be generally
light with this system, less than an inch in most places. A few
locations in the far northeast corner of the state, such as parts
of Sheridan County, may see snow amounts in excess of 2 inches.
While the precipitation is largely expected to exit the area
tonight, the gusty winds are going to linger at least into
Tuesday.

Additionally, this will bring in the coldest air of the season. As
the cold front continues through the area, temperatures are
expected to take a plunge. High temperatures today won`t move much
from where the morning lows will be. By tomorrow morning, low
temperatures will be near or below zero degrees, and potentially
dangerous wind chills are anticipated both Monday and Tuesday
night as northwest winds of 20 to 30 mph make things feel even
colder.

Today...expect cloudy skies with high temperatures ranging from
the mid teens to the mid 20s.

Tonight...skies will continue to be cloudy with overnight lows
expected to range from the single digits below zero to the single
digits above zero. Wind chills will be 10 to 20 degrees below
zero.

Tuesday...cloudy skies will persist with highs only in the low
single digits to the low teens.

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weather.gov/glasgow



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