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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
330 PM MST Tue Jan 16 2018

Skies across the Treasure State were sunny to mostly sunny for most
of the day, with the exception of far Western Montana where some mid
and high clouds began to move in from Idaho. Winds were generally
light and variable across the state, with the exception of
immediately east of the Rocky Mountains where breezy downslope winds
were being experienced.

As of 3 pm, temperatures were highly variable across Big Sky
Country. Temperatures ranged from the mid 20s to even low 50s west
of Interstate 15 and south of Interstates 90 and 94, single digits
to teens above zero across most of Northeast Montana, and single
digits below zero across the Hi-Line and portions of the Milk River
Valley. The warmest location in the state was Raynesford at 51
degrees, while Havre was the coldest at 8 degrees below zero.

For tonight, mid and high level cloudiness is expected to overspread
the western half of the state throughout the overnight hours. Winds
will remains breezy east of the Rocky Mountain Front and over the
higher terrain of North Central and Central Montana, but remain
light elsewhere. Low temperatures will generally fall into the teens
to mid 20s across the state, with the exception of along the Hi-Line
and in the Milk River Valley where single digits below to single
digits above zero are expected to occur.

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