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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
315 PM MDT Mon Apr 23 2018

As of 3 PM it was 34 in Billings, 38 in Bozeman, 45 in Helena, 49 in
Great Falls, 51 in Glasgow, and 55 degrees in Missoula. Scattered
rain and/or snow showers were affecting the western two-thirds of
Montana. Farther east, more widespread precipitation in the form of
rain and/or snow was falling in association with a departing storm
system.

Skies continue to clear from northwest to southeast the rest of
today and tonight as the aforementioned storm system continues to
exit the Treasure State. Accordingly, rain and/or snow will continue
to end from northwest to southeast the rest of today into the
predawn hours of Tuesday morning. In addition, fog may develop by
daybreak Tuesday over southern sections of the state. Lows will
reach the 20`s or lower 30`s in most locations.

Tuesday will be dry, with mainly clear to partly cloudy skies. Any
fog will likely disappear by noon. It will be warmer, with afternoon
highs reaching the 50`s or 60`s for most. However, highs in the
lower 70`s are expected in many of the western Montana valleys.

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