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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Billings MT
443 AM MST Wed Nov 13 2019

Rain and snow showers overspread central and eastern portions of the
Treasure State overnight, as a disturbance crossed the region.

Temperatures at 4 am were mainly in the 30s statewide. The
coldest locations were Kalispell and Malta reporting 30 degrees.
The warmest was Ennis, with 41 degrees. Rain and snow showers
continue to shift southeastward, with clearing in the northwest.

Dry conditions will prevail across much of the state today. The
exception will be some remnant showers in eastern Montana through
early afternoon today. High temperatures will be in the 40s in
most locations, owing to persistent northwest flow aloft. There
will also be some stubborn 30 degree readings in the east as
well, thanks to showers persisting into early this afternoon.

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