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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BILLINGS MT
427 AM MST THU NOV 27 2014

MOIST PACIFIC FLOW BROUGHT SOME RAIN AND SNOW TO WESTERN MONTANA
AND AREAS OF LIGHT SNOW TO THE EAST DURING THE NIGHT. FOG WAS ALSO
OBSERVED AT SOME LOCATIONS...WITH VISIBILITIES BELOW A MILE AT
CUT BANK...HELENA AND MISSOULA AT 4 AM.

TEMPERATURES AT 4 AM RANGED FROM THE MID TEENS TO MID 40S. IT WAS
16 AT SIDNEY...27 AT BILLINGS...39 AT GREAT FALLS AND A REMARKABLE
45 DEGREES AT BUTTE.

NIGHTTIME WINDS ACROSS EASTERN MONTANA WERE OUT OF THE SOUTHEAST
AT 10 TO 20 MPH. WINDS ALONG THE EASTERN SLOPES OF THE MOUNTAINS
WERE OUT OF THE SOUTHWEST AND GUSTY. WIND GUSTS TO 54 MPH WERE
NOTED AT LIVINGSTON AT 4 AM. WINDS WEST OF THE CONTINENTAL DIVIDE
WERE LIGHT AND VARIABLE.

PRECIPITATION IN EASTERN MONTANA WILL TAPER OFF TODAY...WHILE SOME
AREAS OF RAIN AND SNOW WILL PERSIST IN THE WEST. ABOVE NORMAL
TEMPERATURES CAN BE EXPECTED ACROSS MOST OF THE STATE.

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