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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
440 PM MST Sat Dec 10 2016

A quickly-moving shortwave trough will move across northeastern
Montana this evening, bring areas of light to moderate snow there
through this evening.  Remainder of the state will see generally
quiet weather conditions as drier air behind the shortwave brings
clearing skies for the evening hours.  But a second shortwave trough,
located near Seattle this afternoon will move steadily eastward and
reach western Montana before midnight, producing another round of
light snow into Sunday morning along and west of the Continental
Divide.

As of 4 PM, temperatures ranged from from the single digits above
zero over the eastern half of the state to the teens and 20s for the
south central, southwest and western counties.  Low temperatures
tonight will be zero to 10 below zero for all Hiline areas, zero to
7 above for central and southeast locations, and teens and 20s for
southwest and western Montana.

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