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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Billings MT
442 AM MST Mon Feb 19 2018

It was cold and snowy across the Treasure state overnight. Snow
intensity was generally light but continued to cause travel
difficulties in many areas. Temperatures early this morning were
well below zero across most of the state. The warmest reading at 4
am was shared by Missoula and Kalispell at 5 degrees above zero.
18 degrees below zero in Wolf Point was the coldest 4 am
temperature reported. With wind speeds around 10 mph wind chill
values were below -20 degrees in many areas east of the divide.

For today...Light snow will taper off over northern and western
locations today, but linger into late tonight over southeast
areas. Temperatures will be very cold with highs generally in the
single digits above and below zero.

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