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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Billings MT
431 AM MST Mon Dec 5 2016

Temperatures across the state continued to fall overnight as
arctic air moved in from the north. Mountains and foothills saw
heavy snowfall overnight while lower elevations saw lesser
amounts.


At 4 AM, temperatures across the state were generally in the teens
and 20s. Extremes ranged from 14 degrees at Dillon to 32 at
Sidney. Scattered snow showers were continuing to develop over
northern and extreme southern Montana.

For today, snow showers will move over central and eastern
Montana through the day as an arctic air mass slides southward
through the state. High temperatures will range from the teens
north to the upper 20s south.

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