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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
310 PM MDT Tue Mar 20 2018

Today...Areas of fog across northeast Montana lifted to just low
cloudiness by afternoon. Otherwise, a disturbance in the northwest
flow aloft kept skies partly to mostly sunny across the Treasure
State with only a few light snow showers over the western and
southwest mountains. Winds were also westerly throughout the day,
gusting to between 15 and 30 mph at times.

At 3 pm...Temperatures have generally warmed into the 30s and 40s,
ranging from 28 degrees at Malta to 49 degrees at Thompson Falls.

Overnight...Skies will be mostly clear across the region, with a few
snow showers possible in the western and southwest mountains and
areas of fog across north central and eastern Montana. Winds will
generally decrease, allowing temperatures to mostly fall into the

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