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AWUS85 KGGW 012213
RWSGGW

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT
330 PM MST SUN FEB 1 2015

THIS IS THE REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE EASTERN TWO THIRDS OF
MONTANA...SOUTHERN SASKATCHEWAN...AND WESTERN NORTH DAKOTA.

A COUPLE OF DISTURBANCES WILL MOVE THROUGH THE REGION OVER THE NEXT
COUPLE OF DAYS RESULTING IN ADDITIONAL SNOW AND CONTINUED COLD
TEMPERATURES. WARMER CONDITIONS WILL RETURN TO THE AREA LATER IN THE
WEEK.

TONIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY TO OVERCAST WITH A SLIGHT CHANCE FOR
SNOW...MAINLY FOR AREAS ALONG AND EAST OF THE FRONT RANGE. LOWS WILL
BE IN THE SINGLE DIGITS ABOVE AND BELOW ZERO IN THE NORTH...TEENS
AND 20S ELSEWHERE.

FOR MONDAY...CLOUDY WITH SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS. AFTERNOON HIGHS
WILL RANGE FROM THE LOW TEENS IN THE NORTH TO THE MID 40S IN THE
SOUTH. CHANCES FOR SNOW CONTINUING MONDAY NIGHT. LOWS WILL RANGE
FROM THE UPPER 20S IN THE SOUTH TO THE LOW SINGLE DIGITS IN THE
NORTH.

$$

AEC





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AWUS85 KGGW 012213
RWSGGW

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT
330 PM MST SUN FEB 1 2015

THIS IS THE REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE EASTERN TWO THIRDS OF
MONTANA...SOUTHERN SASKATCHEWAN...AND WESTERN NORTH DAKOTA.

A COUPLE OF DISTURBANCES WILL MOVE THROUGH THE REGION OVER THE NEXT
COUPLE OF DAYS RESULTING IN ADDITIONAL SNOW AND CONTINUED COLD
TEMPERATURES. WARMER CONDITIONS WILL RETURN TO THE AREA LATER IN THE
WEEK.

TONIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY TO OVERCAST WITH A SLIGHT CHANCE FOR
SNOW...MAINLY FOR AREAS ALONG AND EAST OF THE FRONT RANGE. LOWS WILL
BE IN THE SINGLE DIGITS ABOVE AND BELOW ZERO IN THE NORTH...TEENS
AND 20S ELSEWHERE.

FOR MONDAY...CLOUDY WITH SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS. AFTERNOON HIGHS
WILL RANGE FROM THE LOW TEENS IN THE NORTH TO THE MID 40S IN THE
SOUTH. CHANCES FOR SNOW CONTINUING MONDAY NIGHT. LOWS WILL RANGE
FROM THE UPPER 20S IN THE SOUTH TO THE LOW SINGLE DIGITS IN THE
NORTH.

$$

AEC





000
AWUS85 KGGW 012213
RWSGGW

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT
330 PM MST SUN FEB 1 2015

THIS IS THE REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE EASTERN TWO THIRDS OF
MONTANA...SOUTHERN SASKATCHEWAN...AND WESTERN NORTH DAKOTA.

A COUPLE OF DISTURBANCES WILL MOVE THROUGH THE REGION OVER THE NEXT
COUPLE OF DAYS RESULTING IN ADDITIONAL SNOW AND CONTINUED COLD
TEMPERATURES. WARMER CONDITIONS WILL RETURN TO THE AREA LATER IN THE
WEEK.

TONIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY TO OVERCAST WITH A SLIGHT CHANCE FOR
SNOW...MAINLY FOR AREAS ALONG AND EAST OF THE FRONT RANGE. LOWS WILL
BE IN THE SINGLE DIGITS ABOVE AND BELOW ZERO IN THE NORTH...TEENS
AND 20S ELSEWHERE.

FOR MONDAY...CLOUDY WITH SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS. AFTERNOON HIGHS
WILL RANGE FROM THE LOW TEENS IN THE NORTH TO THE MID 40S IN THE
SOUTH. CHANCES FOR SNOW CONTINUING MONDAY NIGHT. LOWS WILL RANGE
FROM THE UPPER 20S IN THE SOUTH TO THE LOW SINGLE DIGITS IN THE
NORTH.

$$

AEC






000
AWUS85 KGGW 012213
RWSGGW

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT
330 PM MST SUN FEB 1 2015

THIS IS THE REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE EASTERN TWO THIRDS OF
MONTANA...SOUTHERN SASKATCHEWAN...AND WESTERN NORTH DAKOTA.

A COUPLE OF DISTURBANCES WILL MOVE THROUGH THE REGION OVER THE NEXT
COUPLE OF DAYS RESULTING IN ADDITIONAL SNOW AND CONTINUED COLD
TEMPERATURES. WARMER CONDITIONS WILL RETURN TO THE AREA LATER IN THE
WEEK.

TONIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY TO OVERCAST WITH A SLIGHT CHANCE FOR
SNOW...MAINLY FOR AREAS ALONG AND EAST OF THE FRONT RANGE. LOWS WILL
BE IN THE SINGLE DIGITS ABOVE AND BELOW ZERO IN THE NORTH...TEENS
AND 20S ELSEWHERE.

FOR MONDAY...CLOUDY WITH SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS. AFTERNOON HIGHS
WILL RANGE FROM THE LOW TEENS IN THE NORTH TO THE MID 40S IN THE
SOUTH. CHANCES FOR SNOW CONTINUING MONDAY NIGHT. LOWS WILL RANGE
FROM THE UPPER 20S IN THE SOUTH TO THE LOW SINGLE DIGITS IN THE
NORTH.

$$

AEC





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000
AWUS85 KGGW 012200
RWSMT

MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
3 PM MST SUN FEB 1 2015

SNOW FROM YESTERDAY TAPERED OFF THIS MORNING...BRINGING LITTLE
ADDITIONAL SNOW ACCUMULATION. A FEW ISOLATED AREAS OBSERVED FOG
OTHERWISE CHILLY CONDITIONS PREVAILED. TOTAL SNOW FALL AMOUNTS
AVERAGED IN THE 2 TO 4 INCH RANGE. AS OF 10AM THE HIGHEST REPORTED
SNOW AMOUNT WAS FROM GLASGOW WITH 4.5 INCHES. BOTH GLASGOW AND LOMA
1WNW HAD 0.18 INCH OF MOISTURE. SEVERAL LOCATIONS HAD LOWS BELOW
ZERO THIS MORNING. RUDYARD 21N WAS THE COLDEST SPOT WITH A LOW
READING OF 18 DEGREES BELOW ZERO.

AT 3 PM TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE 20S TO THE 30S ACROSS WESTERN
AND SOUTHERN MONTANA...WITH SINGLE DIGITS AND TEENS IN CENTRAL AND
NORTHEAST MONTANA.

ANOTHER DISTURBANCE WILL CROSS THE STATE TONIGHT...SNOW IS EXPECTED
WEST OF THE DIVIDE THROUGH MOST OF THE NEXT FEW DAYS. THE SNOW WILL
SLOWLY MOVE EAST OF THE DIVIDE OVERNIGHT BRINGING LOCATIONS EAST OF
THE DIVIDE THEIR NEXT ROUND OF MOISTURE.TEMPERATURES OVERNIGHT
SHOULD GENERALLY RANGE IN THE SINGLE DIGITS AND TEENS OVER EASTERN
MONTANA AND AHEAD OF THE FRONT TO THE 20S AND 30S OVER WESTERN AND
CENTRAL MONTANA BEHIND THE WARM FRONT.

$$
WEATHER.GOV/GREATFALLS





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AWUS85 KGGW 012200
RWSMT

MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
3 PM MST SUN FEB 1 2015

SNOW FROM YESTERDAY TAPERED OFF THIS MORNING...BRINGING LITTLE
ADDITIONAL SNOW ACCUMULATION. A FEW ISOLATED AREAS OBSERVED FOG
OTHERWISE CHILLY CONDITIONS PREVAILED. TOTAL SNOW FALL AMOUNTS
AVERAGED IN THE 2 TO 4 INCH RANGE. AS OF 10AM THE HIGHEST REPORTED
SNOW AMOUNT WAS FROM GLASGOW WITH 4.5 INCHES. BOTH GLASGOW AND LOMA
1WNW HAD 0.18 INCH OF MOISTURE. SEVERAL LOCATIONS HAD LOWS BELOW
ZERO THIS MORNING. RUDYARD 21N WAS THE COLDEST SPOT WITH A LOW
READING OF 18 DEGREES BELOW ZERO.

AT 3 PM TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE 20S TO THE 30S ACROSS WESTERN
AND SOUTHERN MONTANA...WITH SINGLE DIGITS AND TEENS IN CENTRAL AND
NORTHEAST MONTANA.

ANOTHER DISTURBANCE WILL CROSS THE STATE TONIGHT...SNOW IS EXPECTED
WEST OF THE DIVIDE THROUGH MOST OF THE NEXT FEW DAYS. THE SNOW WILL
SLOWLY MOVE EAST OF THE DIVIDE OVERNIGHT BRINGING LOCATIONS EAST OF
THE DIVIDE THEIR NEXT ROUND OF MOISTURE.TEMPERATURES OVERNIGHT
SHOULD GENERALLY RANGE IN THE SINGLE DIGITS AND TEENS OVER EASTERN
MONTANA AND AHEAD OF THE FRONT TO THE 20S AND 30S OVER WESTERN AND
CENTRAL MONTANA BEHIND THE WARM FRONT.

$$
WEATHER.GOV/GREATFALLS






000
AWUS85 KGGW 012200
RWSMT

MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
3 PM MST SUN FEB 1 2015

SNOW FROM YESTERDAY TAPERED OFF THIS MORNING...BRINGING LITTLE
ADDITIONAL SNOW ACCUMULATION. A FEW ISOLATED AREAS OBSERVED FOG
OTHERWISE CHILLY CONDITIONS PREVAILED. TOTAL SNOW FALL AMOUNTS
AVERAGED IN THE 2 TO 4 INCH RANGE. AS OF 10AM THE HIGHEST REPORTED
SNOW AMOUNT WAS FROM GLASGOW WITH 4.5 INCHES. BOTH GLASGOW AND LOMA
1WNW HAD 0.18 INCH OF MOISTURE. SEVERAL LOCATIONS HAD LOWS BELOW
ZERO THIS MORNING. RUDYARD 21N WAS THE COLDEST SPOT WITH A LOW
READING OF 18 DEGREES BELOW ZERO.

AT 3 PM TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE 20S TO THE 30S ACROSS WESTERN
AND SOUTHERN MONTANA...WITH SINGLE DIGITS AND TEENS IN CENTRAL AND
NORTHEAST MONTANA.

ANOTHER DISTURBANCE WILL CROSS THE STATE TONIGHT...SNOW IS EXPECTED
WEST OF THE DIVIDE THROUGH MOST OF THE NEXT FEW DAYS. THE SNOW WILL
SLOWLY MOVE EAST OF THE DIVIDE OVERNIGHT BRINGING LOCATIONS EAST OF
THE DIVIDE THEIR NEXT ROUND OF MOISTURE.TEMPERATURES OVERNIGHT
SHOULD GENERALLY RANGE IN THE SINGLE DIGITS AND TEENS OVER EASTERN
MONTANA AND AHEAD OF THE FRONT TO THE 20S AND 30S OVER WESTERN AND
CENTRAL MONTANA BEHIND THE WARM FRONT.

$$
WEATHER.GOV/GREATFALLS





000
AWUS85 KGGW 012200
RWSMT

MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
3 PM MST SUN FEB 1 2015

SNOW FROM YESTERDAY TAPERED OFF THIS MORNING...BRINGING LITTLE
ADDITIONAL SNOW ACCUMULATION. A FEW ISOLATED AREAS OBSERVED FOG
OTHERWISE CHILLY CONDITIONS PREVAILED. TOTAL SNOW FALL AMOUNTS
AVERAGED IN THE 2 TO 4 INCH RANGE. AS OF 10AM THE HIGHEST REPORTED
SNOW AMOUNT WAS FROM GLASGOW WITH 4.5 INCHES. BOTH GLASGOW AND LOMA
1WNW HAD 0.18 INCH OF MOISTURE. SEVERAL LOCATIONS HAD LOWS BELOW
ZERO THIS MORNING. RUDYARD 21N WAS THE COLDEST SPOT WITH A LOW
READING OF 18 DEGREES BELOW ZERO.

AT 3 PM TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE 20S TO THE 30S ACROSS WESTERN
AND SOUTHERN MONTANA...WITH SINGLE DIGITS AND TEENS IN CENTRAL AND
NORTHEAST MONTANA.

ANOTHER DISTURBANCE WILL CROSS THE STATE TONIGHT...SNOW IS EXPECTED
WEST OF THE DIVIDE THROUGH MOST OF THE NEXT FEW DAYS. THE SNOW WILL
SLOWLY MOVE EAST OF THE DIVIDE OVERNIGHT BRINGING LOCATIONS EAST OF
THE DIVIDE THEIR NEXT ROUND OF MOISTURE.TEMPERATURES OVERNIGHT
SHOULD GENERALLY RANGE IN THE SINGLE DIGITS AND TEENS OVER EASTERN
MONTANA AND AHEAD OF THE FRONT TO THE 20S AND 30S OVER WESTERN AND
CENTRAL MONTANA BEHIND THE WARM FRONT.

$$
WEATHER.GOV/GREATFALLS





000
AWUS85 KGGW 012200
RWSMT

MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
3 PM MST SUN FEB 1 2015

SNOW FROM YESTERDAY TAPERED OFF THIS MORNING...BRINGING LITTLE
ADDITIONAL SNOW ACCUMULATION. A FEW ISOLATED AREAS OBSERVED FOG
OTHERWISE CHILLY CONDITIONS PREVAILED. TOTAL SNOW FALL AMOUNTS
AVERAGED IN THE 2 TO 4 INCH RANGE. AS OF 10AM THE HIGHEST REPORTED
SNOW AMOUNT WAS FROM GLASGOW WITH 4.5 INCHES. BOTH GLASGOW AND LOMA
1WNW HAD 0.18 INCH OF MOISTURE. SEVERAL LOCATIONS HAD LOWS BELOW
ZERO THIS MORNING. RUDYARD 21N WAS THE COLDEST SPOT WITH A LOW
READING OF 18 DEGREES BELOW ZERO.

AT 3 PM TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE 20S TO THE 30S ACROSS WESTERN
AND SOUTHERN MONTANA...WITH SINGLE DIGITS AND TEENS IN CENTRAL AND
NORTHEAST MONTANA.

ANOTHER DISTURBANCE WILL CROSS THE STATE TONIGHT...SNOW IS EXPECTED
WEST OF THE DIVIDE THROUGH MOST OF THE NEXT FEW DAYS. THE SNOW WILL
SLOWLY MOVE EAST OF THE DIVIDE OVERNIGHT BRINGING LOCATIONS EAST OF
THE DIVIDE THEIR NEXT ROUND OF MOISTURE.TEMPERATURES OVERNIGHT
SHOULD GENERALLY RANGE IN THE SINGLE DIGITS AND TEENS OVER EASTERN
MONTANA AND AHEAD OF THE FRONT TO THE 20S AND 30S OVER WESTERN AND
CENTRAL MONTANA BEHIND THE WARM FRONT.

$$
WEATHER.GOV/GREATFALLS





000
AWUS85 KGGW 012200
RWSMT

MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
3 PM MST SUN FEB 1 2015

SNOW FROM YESTERDAY TAPERED OFF THIS MORNING...BRINGING LITTLE
ADDITIONAL SNOW ACCUMULATION. A FEW ISOLATED AREAS OBSERVED FOG
OTHERWISE CHILLY CONDITIONS PREVAILED. TOTAL SNOW FALL AMOUNTS
AVERAGED IN THE 2 TO 4 INCH RANGE. AS OF 10AM THE HIGHEST REPORTED
SNOW AMOUNT WAS FROM GLASGOW WITH 4.5 INCHES. BOTH GLASGOW AND LOMA
1WNW HAD 0.18 INCH OF MOISTURE. SEVERAL LOCATIONS HAD LOWS BELOW
ZERO THIS MORNING. RUDYARD 21N WAS THE COLDEST SPOT WITH A LOW
READING OF 18 DEGREES BELOW ZERO.

AT 3 PM TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE 20S TO THE 30S ACROSS WESTERN
AND SOUTHERN MONTANA...WITH SINGLE DIGITS AND TEENS IN CENTRAL AND
NORTHEAST MONTANA.

ANOTHER DISTURBANCE WILL CROSS THE STATE TONIGHT...SNOW IS EXPECTED
WEST OF THE DIVIDE THROUGH MOST OF THE NEXT FEW DAYS. THE SNOW WILL
SLOWLY MOVE EAST OF THE DIVIDE OVERNIGHT BRINGING LOCATIONS EAST OF
THE DIVIDE THEIR NEXT ROUND OF MOISTURE.TEMPERATURES OVERNIGHT
SHOULD GENERALLY RANGE IN THE SINGLE DIGITS AND TEENS OVER EASTERN
MONTANA AND AHEAD OF THE FRONT TO THE 20S AND 30S OVER WESTERN AND
CENTRAL MONTANA BEHIND THE WARM FRONT.

$$
WEATHER.GOV/GREATFALLS





000
AWUS85 KGGW 011745
RWSMT

MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT
11 AM MST SUN FEB 1 2015

SNOW FROM YESTERDAY TAPERED OFF THIS MORNING...BRINGING LITTLE
ADDITIONAL SNOW ACCUMULATION. A FEW ISOLATED AREAS OBSERVED FOG
OTHERWISE CHILLY CONDITIONS PREVAILED. TOTAL SNOW FALL AMOUNTS
AVERAGED IN THE 2 TO 4 INCH RANGE. AS OF 10AM THE HIGHEST REPORTED
SNOW AMOUNT WAS FROM GLASGOW WITH 4.5 INCHES. BOTH GLASGOW AND LOMA
1WNW HAD 0.18 INCH OF MOISTURE. SEVERAL LOCATIONS HAD LOWS BELOW
ZERO THIS MORNING. RUDYARD 21N WAS THE COLDEST SPOT WITH A LOW
READING OF 18 DEGREES BELOW ZERO.

EXPECT TEMPERATURES TO BE IN THE 20S TO LOW 30S ACROSS THE WEST AND
SOUTH...WITH SINGLE DIGITS AND TEENS IN THE NORTHEAST AND EXTREME
EASTERN PORTIONS OF MONTANA. ANOTHER DISTURBANCE WILL CROSS THE
STATE TODAY...WITH SNOW EXPECTED WEST OF THE DIVIDE THROUGH MUCH OF
THE DAY. PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES CAN BE EXPECTED EAST OF THE DIVIDE
THROUGH THE DAY...WITH MORE SNOW DEVELOPING OVERNIGHT.

$$
WEATHER.GOV/GLASGOW







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AWUS85 KGGW 011745
RWSMT

MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT
11 AM MST SUN FEB 1 2015

SNOW FROM YESTERDAY TAPERED OFF THIS MORNING...BRINGING LITTLE
ADDITIONAL SNOW ACCUMULATION. A FEW ISOLATED AREAS OBSERVED FOG
OTHERWISE CHILLY CONDITIONS PREVAILED. TOTAL SNOW FALL AMOUNTS
AVERAGED IN THE 2 TO 4 INCH RANGE. AS OF 10AM THE HIGHEST REPORTED
SNOW AMOUNT WAS FROM GLASGOW WITH 4.5 INCHES. BOTH GLASGOW AND LOMA
1WNW HAD 0.18 INCH OF MOISTURE. SEVERAL LOCATIONS HAD LOWS BELOW
ZERO THIS MORNING. RUDYARD 21N WAS THE COLDEST SPOT WITH A LOW
READING OF 18 DEGREES BELOW ZERO.

EXPECT TEMPERATURES TO BE IN THE 20S TO LOW 30S ACROSS THE WEST AND
SOUTH...WITH SINGLE DIGITS AND TEENS IN THE NORTHEAST AND EXTREME
EASTERN PORTIONS OF MONTANA. ANOTHER DISTURBANCE WILL CROSS THE
STATE TODAY...WITH SNOW EXPECTED WEST OF THE DIVIDE THROUGH MUCH OF
THE DAY. PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES CAN BE EXPECTED EAST OF THE DIVIDE
THROUGH THE DAY...WITH MORE SNOW DEVELOPING OVERNIGHT.

$$
WEATHER.GOV/GLASGOW







000
AWUS85 KGGW 011745
RWSMT

MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT
11 AM MST SUN FEB 1 2015

SNOW FROM YESTERDAY TAPERED OFF THIS MORNING...BRINGING LITTLE
ADDITIONAL SNOW ACCUMULATION. A FEW ISOLATED AREAS OBSERVED FOG
OTHERWISE CHILLY CONDITIONS PREVAILED. TOTAL SNOW FALL AMOUNTS
AVERAGED IN THE 2 TO 4 INCH RANGE. AS OF 10AM THE HIGHEST REPORTED
SNOW AMOUNT WAS FROM GLASGOW WITH 4.5 INCHES. BOTH GLASGOW AND LOMA
1WNW HAD 0.18 INCH OF MOISTURE. SEVERAL LOCATIONS HAD LOWS BELOW
ZERO THIS MORNING. RUDYARD 21N WAS THE COLDEST SPOT WITH A LOW
READING OF 18 DEGREES BELOW ZERO.

EXPECT TEMPERATURES TO BE IN THE 20S TO LOW 30S ACROSS THE WEST AND
SOUTH...WITH SINGLE DIGITS AND TEENS IN THE NORTHEAST AND EXTREME
EASTERN PORTIONS OF MONTANA. ANOTHER DISTURBANCE WILL CROSS THE
STATE TODAY...WITH SNOW EXPECTED WEST OF THE DIVIDE THROUGH MUCH OF
THE DAY. PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES CAN BE EXPECTED EAST OF THE DIVIDE
THROUGH THE DAY...WITH MORE SNOW DEVELOPING OVERNIGHT.

$$
WEATHER.GOV/GLASGOW







000
AWUS85 KGGW 011745
RWSMT

MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT
11 AM MST SUN FEB 1 2015

SNOW FROM YESTERDAY TAPERED OFF THIS MORNING...BRINGING LITTLE
ADDITIONAL SNOW ACCUMULATION. A FEW ISOLATED AREAS OBSERVED FOG
OTHERWISE CHILLY CONDITIONS PREVAILED. TOTAL SNOW FALL AMOUNTS
AVERAGED IN THE 2 TO 4 INCH RANGE. AS OF 10AM THE HIGHEST REPORTED
SNOW AMOUNT WAS FROM GLASGOW WITH 4.5 INCHES. BOTH GLASGOW AND LOMA
1WNW HAD 0.18 INCH OF MOISTURE. SEVERAL LOCATIONS HAD LOWS BELOW
ZERO THIS MORNING. RUDYARD 21N WAS THE COLDEST SPOT WITH A LOW
READING OF 18 DEGREES BELOW ZERO.

EXPECT TEMPERATURES TO BE IN THE 20S TO LOW 30S ACROSS THE WEST AND
SOUTH...WITH SINGLE DIGITS AND TEENS IN THE NORTHEAST AND EXTREME
EASTERN PORTIONS OF MONTANA. ANOTHER DISTURBANCE WILL CROSS THE
STATE TODAY...WITH SNOW EXPECTED WEST OF THE DIVIDE THROUGH MUCH OF
THE DAY. PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES CAN BE EXPECTED EAST OF THE DIVIDE
THROUGH THE DAY...WITH MORE SNOW DEVELOPING OVERNIGHT.

$$
WEATHER.GOV/GLASGOW







000
AWUS85 KBYZ 011155
RWSMT

MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BILLINGS MT
455 AM MST SUN FEB 1 2015

LIGHT SNOW LINGERED EAST OF THE DIVIDE...AND SLOWLY SHIFTED
EASTWARD THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT...BUT RESULTED IN LITTLE ADDITIONAL
SNOW ACCUMULATION. OTHERWISE...IT WAS ANOTHER QUIET NIGHT ACROSS
THE TREASURE STATE. SOME FOG DID DEVELOP IN GREAT FALLS EARLY THIS
MORNING.

AT 4 AM...TEMPERATURES WERE MAINLY IN THE SINGLE DIGITS ABOVE AND
BELOW ZERO IN EAST AND CENTRAL MONTANA...WITH MAINLY TEENS AND 20S
IN THE WEST. EXTREMES RANGED FROM 10 DEGREES BELOW ZERO IN
HAVRE...TO 26 DEGREES AT MISSOULA.

FOR TODAY...EXPECT TEMPERATURES IN THE 30S...WITH TEENS IN THE
NORTHEAST AND EXTREME EASTERN PORTIONS OF MONTANA. ANOTHER
DISTURBANCE WILL CROSS THE STATE TODAY...WITH SNOW EXPECTED WEST
OF THE DIVIDE THROUGH MUCH OF THE DAY. PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES CAN BE
EXPECTED EAST OF THE DIVIDE THROUGH THE DAY...WITH MORE SNOW
DEVELOPING OVERNIGHT.

$$
WEATHER.GOV/BILLINGS



000
AWUS85 KBYZ 011155
RWSMT

MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BILLINGS MT
455 AM MST SUN FEB 1 2015

LIGHT SNOW LINGERED EAST OF THE DIVIDE...AND SLOWLY SHIFTED
EASTWARD THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT...BUT RESULTED IN LITTLE ADDITIONAL
SNOW ACCUMULATION. OTHERWISE...IT WAS ANOTHER QUIET NIGHT ACROSS
THE TREASURE STATE. SOME FOG DID DEVELOP IN GREAT FALLS EARLY THIS
MORNING.

AT 4 AM...TEMPERATURES WERE MAINLY IN THE SINGLE DIGITS ABOVE AND
BELOW ZERO IN EAST AND CENTRAL MONTANA...WITH MAINLY TEENS AND 20S
IN THE WEST. EXTREMES RANGED FROM 10 DEGREES BELOW ZERO IN
HAVRE...TO 26 DEGREES AT MISSOULA.

FOR TODAY...EXPECT TEMPERATURES IN THE 30S...WITH TEENS IN THE
NORTHEAST AND EXTREME EASTERN PORTIONS OF MONTANA. ANOTHER
DISTURBANCE WILL CROSS THE STATE TODAY...WITH SNOW EXPECTED WEST
OF THE DIVIDE THROUGH MUCH OF THE DAY. PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES CAN BE
EXPECTED EAST OF THE DIVIDE THROUGH THE DAY...WITH MORE SNOW
DEVELOPING OVERNIGHT.

$$
WEATHER.GOV/BILLINGS




000
AWUS85 KGGW 011000
RWSGGW

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT
3 AM MST SUN FEB 1 2015

THIS IS THE REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE EASTERN TWO THIRDS OF
MONTANA...SOUTHERN SASKATCHEWAN...AND WESTERN NORTH DAKOTA.

SNOW WILL TAPER OFF THIS MORNING ACROSS MOST OF THE REGION...WHILE
COLDER TEMPERATURES WILL REMAIN IN PLACE. ANOTHER SYSTEM WILL
MOVE THROUGH THE AREA FOR BEGINNING OF THE WORK WEEK BRINGING
ADDITIONAL CHANCES FOR SNOW.

TODAY...SKIES WILL BE MOSTLY CLOUDY...WITH A FEW FLURRIES
LINGERING...BECOMING PARTLY CLOUDY. HIGHS WILL RANGE FROM THE SINGLE
DIGITS TO THE LOW 30S.

TONIGHT...EXPECT MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES...BECOMING CLOUDY...WITH A
SLIGHT CHANCE OF SNOW. OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL RANGE FROM THE SINGLE
DIGITS TO THE MID 20S.

MONDAY...LOOK FOR CLOUDY SKIES...WITH SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS. HIGHS
WILL RANGE FROM THE LOW TEENS TO THE MID 40S.

$$

RAM





000
AWUS85 KGGW 011000
RWSGGW

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT
3 AM MST SUN FEB 1 2015

THIS IS THE REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE EASTERN TWO THIRDS OF
MONTANA...SOUTHERN SASKATCHEWAN...AND WESTERN NORTH DAKOTA.

SNOW WILL TAPER OFF THIS MORNING ACROSS MOST OF THE REGION...WHILE
COLDER TEMPERATURES WILL REMAIN IN PLACE. ANOTHER SYSTEM WILL
MOVE THROUGH THE AREA FOR BEGINNING OF THE WORK WEEK BRINGING
ADDITIONAL CHANCES FOR SNOW.

TODAY...SKIES WILL BE MOSTLY CLOUDY...WITH A FEW FLURRIES
LINGERING...BECOMING PARTLY CLOUDY. HIGHS WILL RANGE FROM THE SINGLE
DIGITS TO THE LOW 30S.

TONIGHT...EXPECT MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES...BECOMING CLOUDY...WITH A
SLIGHT CHANCE OF SNOW. OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL RANGE FROM THE SINGLE
DIGITS TO THE MID 20S.

MONDAY...LOOK FOR CLOUDY SKIES...WITH SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS. HIGHS
WILL RANGE FROM THE LOW TEENS TO THE MID 40S.

$$

RAM






000
AWUS85 KGGW 312306
RWSMT

MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
4 PM MST SAT JAN 31 2015

NORTHERN PORTIONS OF THE STATE STARTED RECEIVING SNOW AND GUSTY
WINDS TODAY AS A COLD FRONT PUSHED THROUGH. MOST OF THE STATE
HAD OBSERVED OVERCAST SKIES...EXCEPT THE FAR WEST AND SOUTHERN
PORTIONS. AS OF 4 PM TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM 38 DEGREES IN DILLION
TO 3 DEGREES IN PLENTYWOOD.

FOR TONIGHT...MOST TONIGHT LOCATIONS EAST OF THE DIVIDE WILL HAVE
LOWS IN THE SINGLE DIGITS ABOVE AND BELOW ZERO WITH LOCATIONS IN
WESTERN MONTANA AND SOUTH MONTANA WILL HAVE LOWS MAINLY IN THE
TEENS. SNOW IS EXPECTED TO LAST THROUGH THE EVENING FOR A LARGE
PORTION OF THE STATE. AREAS WEST OF THE DIVIDE CAN EXPECT CLEAR TO
PARTLY CLOUDY CONDITIONS THROUGH OVERNIGHT HOURS.

$$
WEATHER.GOV/GREATFALLS






000
AWUS85 KGGW 312306
RWSMT

MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
4 PM MST SAT JAN 31 2015

NORTHERN PORTIONS OF THE STATE STARTED RECEIVING SNOW AND GUSTY
WINDS TODAY AS A COLD FRONT PUSHED THROUGH. MOST OF THE STATE
HAD OBSERVED OVERCAST SKIES...EXCEPT THE FAR WEST AND SOUTHERN
PORTIONS. AS OF 4 PM TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM 38 DEGREES IN DILLION
TO 3 DEGREES IN PLENTYWOOD.

FOR TONIGHT...MOST TONIGHT LOCATIONS EAST OF THE DIVIDE WILL HAVE
LOWS IN THE SINGLE DIGITS ABOVE AND BELOW ZERO WITH LOCATIONS IN
WESTERN MONTANA AND SOUTH MONTANA WILL HAVE LOWS MAINLY IN THE
TEENS. SNOW IS EXPECTED TO LAST THROUGH THE EVENING FOR A LARGE
PORTION OF THE STATE. AREAS WEST OF THE DIVIDE CAN EXPECT CLEAR TO
PARTLY CLOUDY CONDITIONS THROUGH OVERNIGHT HOURS.

$$
WEATHER.GOV/GREATFALLS





000
AWUS85 KGGW 312238
RWSGGW

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT
335 PM MST SAT JAN 31 2015

THIS IS THE REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE EASTERN TWO THIRDS OF
MONTANA...SOUTHERN SASKATCHEWAN...AND WESTERN NORTH DAKOTA.

SNOW WILL TAPER OFF TONIGHT ACROSS MOST OF THE REGION WHILE COLDER
TEMPERATURES WILL STICK AROUND. ANOTHER SYSTEM WILL MOVE THROUGH THE
AREA FOR BEGINNING OF THE WORK WEEK BRINGING ADDITIONAL CHANCES FOR
SNOW.

TONIGHT...EXPECT CONTINUED CLOUDY SKIES WITH SCATTERED LIGHT SNOW.
LOWS WILL RANGE FROM THE SINGLE DIGITS BELOW ZERO IN THE NORTH TO
THE TEENS ABOVE ZERO IN THE SOUTH.

FOR SUNDAY...LOOK FOR MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES WITH A SLIGHT CHANCE OF
ISOLATED SNOW. AFTERNOON HIGHS WILL RANGE FROM THE SINGLE DIGITS TO
THE UPPER 20S. WINDS WILL BE LIGHT IN THE MORNING...BECOMING
SOUTHERLY AND STRONGER DURING THE AFTERNOON. LOWS SUNDAY NIGHT WILL
RANGE FROM THE 20S IN THE SOUTHWEST TO THE SINGLE DIGITS BELOW ZERO
IN THE NORTHEAST.

$$

AEC





000
AWUS85 KGGW 312238
RWSGGW

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT
335 PM MST SAT JAN 31 2015

THIS IS THE REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE EASTERN TWO THIRDS OF
MONTANA...SOUTHERN SASKATCHEWAN...AND WESTERN NORTH DAKOTA.

SNOW WILL TAPER OFF TONIGHT ACROSS MOST OF THE REGION WHILE COLDER
TEMPERATURES WILL STICK AROUND. ANOTHER SYSTEM WILL MOVE THROUGH THE
AREA FOR BEGINNING OF THE WORK WEEK BRINGING ADDITIONAL CHANCES FOR
SNOW.

TONIGHT...EXPECT CONTINUED CLOUDY SKIES WITH SCATTERED LIGHT SNOW.
LOWS WILL RANGE FROM THE SINGLE DIGITS BELOW ZERO IN THE NORTH TO
THE TEENS ABOVE ZERO IN THE SOUTH.

FOR SUNDAY...LOOK FOR MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES WITH A SLIGHT CHANCE OF
ISOLATED SNOW. AFTERNOON HIGHS WILL RANGE FROM THE SINGLE DIGITS TO
THE UPPER 20S. WINDS WILL BE LIGHT IN THE MORNING...BECOMING
SOUTHERLY AND STRONGER DURING THE AFTERNOON. LOWS SUNDAY NIGHT WILL
RANGE FROM THE 20S IN THE SOUTHWEST TO THE SINGLE DIGITS BELOW ZERO
IN THE NORTHEAST.

$$

AEC






000
AWUS85 KGGW 311738
RWSMT

MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT
11 AM MST SAT JAN 31 2015

NORTHERN PORTIONS OF THE STATE STARTED RECEIVING SNOW AND GUSTY
WINDS THIS MORNING AS A COLD FRONT PUSHED THROUGH. MOST OF THE STATE
HAD OBSERVED OVERCAST SKIES...EXCEPT THE FAR WEST AND SOUTHERN
PORTIONS. AS OF 10AM WEST YELLOWSTONE WAS THE COLDEST SPOT IN THE
STATE OVERNIGHT WITH A LOW TEMPERATURE READING OF 7 BELOW ZERO. FORT
BENTON HAS ALREADY PICKED UP 3.4 INCHES OF SNOW WITH 0.15 INCH OF
MOISTURE.

FOR TODAY...MOST LOCATIONS WILL HAVE HIGHS IN THE 20S AND 30S...WITH
HIGHS OCCURRING EARLY IN THE DAY EAST OF THE DIVIDE. SNOW IS
EXPECTED FOR A LARGE PORTION OF THE STATE AND LASTING THROUGH THE
EVENING. AREAS WEST OF THE DIVIDE CAN EXPECT CLEAR TO PARTLY CLOUDY
CONDITIONS THROUGH THE DAY.

$$
WEATHER.GOV/GLASGOW






000
AWUS85 KGGW 311738
RWSMT

MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT
11 AM MST SAT JAN 31 2015

NORTHERN PORTIONS OF THE STATE STARTED RECEIVING SNOW AND GUSTY
WINDS THIS MORNING AS A COLD FRONT PUSHED THROUGH. MOST OF THE STATE
HAD OBSERVED OVERCAST SKIES...EXCEPT THE FAR WEST AND SOUTHERN
PORTIONS. AS OF 10AM WEST YELLOWSTONE WAS THE COLDEST SPOT IN THE
STATE OVERNIGHT WITH A LOW TEMPERATURE READING OF 7 BELOW ZERO. FORT
BENTON HAS ALREADY PICKED UP 3.4 INCHES OF SNOW WITH 0.15 INCH OF
MOISTURE.

FOR TODAY...MOST LOCATIONS WILL HAVE HIGHS IN THE 20S AND 30S...WITH
HIGHS OCCURRING EARLY IN THE DAY EAST OF THE DIVIDE. SNOW IS
EXPECTED FOR A LARGE PORTION OF THE STATE AND LASTING THROUGH THE
EVENING. AREAS WEST OF THE DIVIDE CAN EXPECT CLEAR TO PARTLY CLOUDY
CONDITIONS THROUGH THE DAY.

$$
WEATHER.GOV/GLASGOW







000
AWUS85 KBYZ 311143
RWSMT

MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BILLINGS MT
443 AM MST SAT JAN 31 2015

IT WAS ANOTHER QUIET NIGHT ACROSS MONTANA. SOME FOG DEVELOPED
ACROSS PORTIONS OF NORTHERN MONTANA...INCLUDING FROM MISSOULA TO
GLACIER NATIONAL PARK...AS WELL AS AROUND GLASGOW. ACROSS THE REST
OF THE STATE...SKIES WERE PARTLY CLOUDY.

AT 4 AM...TEMPERATURES WERE MOSTLY IN THE 20S AND 30S STATEWIDE
OVERNIGHT. EXTREMES RANGED FROM 18 DEGREES AT BUTTE...TO 36 DEGREES
AT BIG TIMBER.

FOR TODAY...EXPECT HIGH TEMPERATURES IN THE 30S AND 40S...WITH
HIGHS OCCURRING EARLY IN THE DAY EAST OF THE DIVIDE. CLOUDS WILL
INCREASE THROUGH THE DAY ACROSS THE EAST...WITH SNOW OVERSPREADING
MOST OF THE AREA BY THIS EVENING. AREAS WEST OF THE DIVIDE CAN
EXPECT CLEAR TO PARTLY CLOUDY CONDITIONS THROUGH THE DAY.

$$
WEATHER.GOV/BILLINGS




000
AWUS85 KGGW 311000
RWSGGW

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT
3 AM MST SAT JAN 31 2015

THIS IS THE REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE EASTERN TWO THIRDS OF
MONTANA...SOUTHERN SASKATCHEWAN...AND WESTERN NORTH DAKOTA.

A DISTURBANCE WILL MOVE THROUGH THE REGION BRINGING SNOW AND COLDER
TEMPERATURES FOR THE WEEKEND. THESE CONDITIONS WILL LINGER INTO NEXT
WEEK.

TODAY...SKIES WILL BE CLOUDY WITH LIGHT SNOW. HIGHS WILL RANGE FROM
THE LOW TEENS IN EXTREME NORTHEAST MONTANA....TO THE UPPER 30S IN
SOUTH CENTRAL MONTANA.

TONIGHT...EXPECT CONTINUED CLOUDY SKIES...WITH SCATTERED LIGHT SNOW.
OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL RANGE FROM THE SINGLE DIGITS BELOW ZERO TO THE
TEENS ABOVE ZERO.

SUNDAY...LOOK FOR MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES...WITH A SLIGHT CHANCE OF
ISOLATED SNOW. HIGHS WILL RANGE FROM THE SINGLE DIGITS TO THE UPPER
20S.

$$

RAM





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