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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
445 PM MST Mon Feb 20 2017

A series of moist Pacific weather systems continued to trek east
across the the Northern Rockies and Montana today for increasing
cloud-cover across eastern portions of the state and continued
cloudy skies across western portions of the State. Scattered to
numerous rain and mountain snow showers were moving across western
and central Montana this afternoon. Winds were breezy statewide and
locally very windy along the east slopes of the Rockies with
generally south winds across eastern areas transitioning to westerly
across northwest portions of the Treasure State.

At 4 pm...temperatures had warmed mostly into the 40s to lower 50s,
with areas of 30s in Northeast and Southwest Montana. The coolest
reading was 32 degrees at West Yellowstone, while the warm spot was
Miles City at 59 degrees.

Overnight...cloudy conditions will continue statewide with scattered
precipitation possible across many areas. More widespread
precipitation in the form of snow is expected to increase over areas
near the Wyoming and Idaho borders after midnight. Breezy southwest
winds will keep overnight temperatures above normal, as lows will
likely fall into the 20s to mid 30s.

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