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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
4 PM MST SAT DEC 20 2014

THE UPPER LEVEL TROUGH THAT BROUGHT SOME SPOTTY AREAS OF
RAIN...SNOW...AND FREEZING RAIN EARLIER THIS MORNING TO CENTRAL AND
EASTERN MONTANA IS NOW EXITING INTO THE DAKOTAS. THE EASTERN
TWO-THIRDS OF THE STATE IS SEEING CLEAR TO PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES,
WHILE EXTENSIVE CLOUD COVER IS OCCURRING OVER SOUTHWEST AND WESTERN
AREAS.  OTHER THAN A FEW SPOTTY SHOWERS ALONG THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN
FRONT AND OVER PARTS OF WESTERN MONTANA, MOST OF THE STATE WILL
REMAIN DRY THROUGH THIS EVENING, BEFORE THE NEXT WEATHER SYSTEM
MOVES INTO WESTERN MONTANA TONIGHT AND ACROSS THE REMAINDER OF THE
STATE ON SUNDAY.

TEMPERATURES AT 4 PM RANGED FROM...43 DEGREES AT LIVINGSTON TO 30
DEGREES AT MISSOULA.

THIS EVENING AND TONIGHT: INCREASING CHANCES OF RAIN AND SNOW WEST
OF THE CONTINENTAL DIVIDE BEFORE MIDNIGHT. CLOUD COVER WILL STEADILY
INCREASE FROM WEST TO EAST OVERNIGHT WITH RAIN AND SNOW SPREADING
INTO SOUTHWEST MT BY SUNDAY MORNING.  OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURES
WILL RANGE FROM THE LOW 20S TO THE LOW 30S.

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WEATHER.GOV/Greatfalls





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