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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
500 PM MST Fri Dec 9 2016

Mostly cloudy and cold conditions will continue across Montana, with
areas of light to moderate snow expected across the western half of
the state through tonight. The higher accumulations will generally
be found along and west of the Continental Divide, with lighter
amounts to the east.

At 5 PM, temperatures ranged from the single digits above and below
zero across the central and eastern plains to teens and 20s in
southwest and western parts of the state.  It will be another chilly
night for the Hiline, central and eastern counties as lows of zero
to 10 below zero are expected.  Dense cloud cover will keep
temperatures in the teens above zero for areas west of the Divide
and from Bozeman and Butte south to the Montana-Idaho stateline.

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