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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
310 PM MDT Fri Mar 23 2018

Today...A Pacific cold front with a mix of rain, freezing rain, and
snow moved across eastern Montana this morning and out into the
Dakotas by mid-afternoon. Breezy westerly winds kept skies mostly
sunny across north central and southwest Montana, as winds gusted
between 40 and 50 mph along the east slopes of the Rocky, Little
Belt, Little Snowy, and Little Rocky Mountains. the day started
mostly sunny in the west, but clouds and mountain snow showers moved
in for the afternoon.

At 3 pm...Temperatures had mostly warmed into the 30s in the eastern
one-third of the Treasure State, but the rest of the state warmed
into the 40s and 50s. The cool spot was Scobey at 32 degrees, while
the warmest reading was 58 degrees at Livingston.

Overnight...Clouds will linger over the northeast, clouds and mainly
mountain showers will spread east across western and central
Montana, but southeast Montana will remain partly cloudy. Winds will
generally decrease and become more southerly, as temperatures fall
into the 20s to lower 30s.

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