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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Billings MT
429 AM MDT Sat Mar 24 2018

Scattered rain and snow showers moved across central Montana
overnight. Lewistown received 0.07 inches of melted snow. Great
Falls received 0.01 inch of rainfall. In addition, patchy fog
developed over north central and eastern Montana.

As of 4 AM MDT, scattered rain showers were occurring over north
central Montana, and snow showers were occurring over the
Beartooth-Absaroka and Crazy Mountains. Fog was reported at White
Sulphur Springs, Geyser, Glasgow, and Miles City. Temperatures
ranged from 23 degrees at Mullan Pass and Jordan to 39 degrees at
Bozeman. Winds were light across the Treasure State.

For today, expect scattered rain and snow showers across
Montana, with steady snow likely over southwestern Montana.
Patchy fog over eastern Montana will burn off this morning. High
temperatures will generally be in the 30s and 40s, with 50s
expected over the lower elevations of south central Montana.

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