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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Billings MT
446 AM MDT Fri Sep 22 2017

A storm system centered over western Idaho brought clouds, rain
and snow mainly to central Montana overnight. Snow fell at
Livingston, Butte, Lewistown, and Big Timber. The air was warm
enough for all rain in Billings. Some overnight rain and melted
snow reports are 0.24 inches at Lewistown, 0.36 inches at
Billings, and 0.51 inches at Livingston.

As of 4 AM, temperatures were generally in the 30s and 40s across
the Treasure State. The warmest location was Baker at 51 degrees.
The coolest location was Bowman`s Corner and Mullan Pass at 31
degrees. Light snow was falling at Butte, West Yellowstone,
Livingston, Lewistown, Judith Gap, and Harlowton. Light rain was
falling in Great Falls and Wolf Point.

For today, expect rain and snow over western and central Montana
and just a chance of rain in eastern Montana. High temperatures
will range from near 30 in the mountains to the 30s and 40s over
central Montana to the 40s and 50s over western and eastern
Montana.

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