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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
345 PM MDT Wed Mar 29 2017

Skies were partly to mostly cloudy across the Treasure State this
afternoon as Pacific moisture streamed inland ahead of storm system
moving onshore into the Pacific Northwest. Clouds were thickest
across western portions of the state, where rain and mountain snow
was also occurring in association with the incoming storm system.

Temperatures were mainly in the 50s across much of the state this
afternoon with coolest temperatures across western areas and warmest
temperatures across eastern portions of the state. At 3 pm MDT, the
coldest location was West Yellowstone at 36 degrees and the warmest
locations were Sidney, Glendive and Wolf Point at 62 degrees. Breezy
southwest winds were also common in many areas across the state this
afternoon.

The storm system moving onshore will continue inland across the
Pacific Northwest tonight, spreading additional moisture northeast
into Montana. Rain and mountain snow will increase across western
and southwest Montana overnight with cloud-cover increasing and
thickening over central and eastern portions of the State.
Overnight temperatures will fall to the 30s and 40s across most of
the state with coolest temperatures across southwest and western
Montana.

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