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AWUS85 KTFX 262313
RWSMT

MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
400 PM MST THU FEB 26 2015

SKIES WERE MOSTLY SUNNY ACROSS THE TREASURE STATE ON THURSDAY
AFTERNOON. LIGHT SNOW FLURRIES ACROSS PORTIONS OF WESTERN AND
CENTRAL MONTANA WERE DISSIPATING. TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE TEENS
ACROSS THE CENTRAL AND EASTERN PLAINS, TO THE MID 30S OVER NORTHWEST
MONTANA.

FAIR WEATHER WILL PREVAIL OVERNIGHT. LOW TEMPERATUERS WILL RANGE
FROM THE TEENS ABOVE ZERO FOR WESTERN MONTANA TO AROUND 10 DEGREES
BELOW ZERO ACROSS THE EASTERN PLAINS. CLOUDS INCREASE FROM THE WEST
ON FRIDAY, WITH LIGHT SNOW DEVELOPING ALONG AND WEST OF THE
CONTINENTAL DIVIDE INTO SOUTHWEST MONTANA. HIGH TEMPERATURES FRIDAY
WILL BE IN THE 20S AND LOWER 30S.

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000
AWUS85 KTFX 262313
RWSMT

MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
400 PM MST THU FEB 26 2015

SKIES WERE MOSTLY SUNNY ACROSS THE TREASURE STATE ON THURSDAY
AFTERNOON. LIGHT SNOW FLURRIES ACROSS PORTIONS OF WESTERN AND
CENTRAL MONTANA WERE DISSIPATING. TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE TEENS
ACROSS THE CENTRAL AND EASTERN PLAINS, TO THE MID 30S OVER NORTHWEST
MONTANA.

FAIR WEATHER WILL PREVAIL OVERNIGHT. LOW TEMPERATUERS WILL RANGE
FROM THE TEENS ABOVE ZERO FOR WESTERN MONTANA TO AROUND 10 DEGREES
BELOW ZERO ACROSS THE EASTERN PLAINS. CLOUDS INCREASE FROM THE WEST
ON FRIDAY, WITH LIGHT SNOW DEVELOPING ALONG AND WEST OF THE
CONTINENTAL DIVIDE INTO SOUTHWEST MONTANA. HIGH TEMPERATURES FRIDAY
WILL BE IN THE 20S AND LOWER 30S.

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000
NZUS01 KTFX 262139
RWSGTF
MTZ008>015-044>055-271300-
REGIONAL WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
245 PM MST THU FEB 26 2015

High pressure will maintain mostly clear skies tonight across
North-central and Southwest Montana. Low temperatures will be in the
single digits above and below zero for most areas. Roads and
sidewalks may remain icy in areas, so continue to use caution.
Clouds increase on Friday, with high temperatures ranging from the
upper teens along the Hiline to near 30 in the southwest. Light
snow will develop along the Continental divide and into southwest
Montana Friday night.

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000
NZUS01 KTFX 260955
RWSGTF
MTZ008>015-044>055-262300-
REGIONAL WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
355 AM MST THU FEB 26 2015

Light snow showers will linger across portions of north-central and
southwest Montana this morning, however less than an inch of
additional snow accumulation is expected. Drier conditions are
expected this afternoon through Friday morning. Temperatures will be
colder today with highs around 20 over north-central Montana and 20s
to near 30 across southwest Montana. Roads may continue to be slick
this morning so exercise caution while traveling.

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000
NZUS01 KTFX 260955
RWSGTF
MTZ008>015-044>055-262300-
REGIONAL WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
355 AM MST THU FEB 26 2015

Light snow showers will linger across portions of north-central and
southwest Montana this morning, however less than an inch of
additional snow accumulation is expected. Drier conditions are
expected this afternoon through Friday morning. Temperatures will be
colder today with highs around 20 over north-central Montana and 20s
to near 30 across southwest Montana. Roads may continue to be slick
this morning so exercise caution while traveling.

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000
NZUS01 KTFX 252258
RWSGTF
MTZ008>015-044>055-261300-
REGIONAL WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
400 PM MST WED FEB 25 2015

Patchy areas of light snow will continue from the Rocky Mountain
Front through central MT this evening, then taper off tonight. Only
minimal additional accumulations (generally less than 1 inch) are
expected.  Area roads that are wet from melting or falling snow may
become icy as temperatures fall into the teens and single digits
tonight.  Mostly dry conditions are forecast for Thursday with highs
only reaching the teens to upper 20s.


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000
NZUS01 KTFX 252258
RWSGTF
MTZ008>015-044>055-261300-
REGIONAL WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
400 PM MST WED FEB 25 2015

Patchy areas of light snow will continue from the Rocky Mountain
Front through central MT this evening, then taper off tonight. Only
minimal additional accumulations (generally less than 1 inch) are
expected.  Area roads that are wet from melting or falling snow may
become icy as temperatures fall into the teens and single digits
tonight.  Mostly dry conditions are forecast for Thursday with highs
only reaching the teens to upper 20s.


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000
NZUS01 KTFX 251100
RWSGTF
MTZ008>015-044>055-252300-
REGIONAL WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
400 AM MST WED FEB 25 2015

Light snow will become widespread this morning and travel will be
difficult as roads become slick and snow-covered, especially over
mountain passes, bridges and sidewalks. Total snowfall amounts of 1
to 3 inches are expected across lower elevations with 4 to 8 inches
at and above pass level. For areas along the Hi-Line as well as
areas along the ID/MT border, snow amounts will be an inch or less.
Snow will taper from north to south this evening. Temperatures will
fall into the 20s today with overnight lows around 0.

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000
NZUS01 KTFX 251100
RWSGTF
MTZ008>015-044>055-252300-
REGIONAL WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
400 AM MST WED FEB 25 2015

Light snow will become widespread this morning and travel will be
difficult as roads become slick and snow-covered, especially over
mountain passes, bridges and sidewalks. Total snowfall amounts of 1
to 3 inches are expected across lower elevations with 4 to 8 inches
at and above pass level. For areas along the Hi-Line as well as
areas along the ID/MT border, snow amounts will be an inch or less.
Snow will taper from north to south this evening. Temperatures will
fall into the 20s today with overnight lows around 0.

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000
AWUS85 KTFX 242203
RWSMT

MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
300 PM MST TUE FEB 24 2015

TODAY IS THE BEGINNING OF A TRANSITION FROM A PERIOD OF SPRING LIKE
WEATHER...BACK TO MORE WINTER LIKE WEATHER ACROSS MUCH OF THE
TREASURE STATE...AS A SERIES OF CANADIAN COLD FRONTS BEGIN TO MOVE
SOUTHWARD THROUGH THE REGION. THE FIRST COLD FRONT CLIPPED NORTHEAST
MONTANA THIS MORNING...WITH SOME SCATTERED RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS. A
SECOND COLD FRONT WILL MOVE SOUTHWARD THROUGH THE REGION
TONIGHT...BRINGING WITH IT COLDER TEMPERATURES AND A BETTER CHANCE
FOR WIDESPREAD SNOW.

AS OF MID AFTERNOON...AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES HAVE CLIMBED INTO THE
40S AND 50S IN MANY AREAS. ADDITIONALLY...IT WAS QUITE WINDY ALONG
THE FRONT RANGE OF THE ROCKIES...WITH WIND GUSTS RANGING FROM 45 TO
55 MPH. A PEAK WIND GUST NEAR 60 MPH AFFECTED AREAS NEAR EAST
GLACIER PARK AND WEST OF BYNUM. A FEW SCATTERED RAIN SHOWERS WHERE
STILL AFFECTING NORTHEAST MONTANA AS WELL.

FOR TONIGHT...EXPECT INCREASING CHANCES FOR SNOW TO DEVELOP AFTER
MIDNIGHT OVER MUCH OF NORTH CENTRAL AND CENTRAL MONTANA. THE SNOW
WILL GRADUALLY OVERSPREAD MUCH OF EASTERN AND SOUTHERN MONTANA BY
WEDNESDAY MORNING. OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL BE MOSTLY IN THE 20S.

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000
NZUS01 KTFX 242022
RWSGTF
MTZ008>015-044>055-251100-
REGIONAL WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
200 PM MST TUE FEB 24 2015

A change in the weather pattern will occur tonight...as a Canadian
cold front moves southward through the region. Expect light snow to
develop over North Central MT by late this evening...and over
Southwest MT by late Wednesday morning. Snow accumulations of 1 to 3
inches are possible at lower elevations...with 4 to 8 inches
possible in the mountains. Temperatures will become much
colder...and remain cold through the up coming weekend. Overall high
temperatures for the rest of the week will mostly be in the
20s...with overnight lows around zero.

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000
NZUS01 KTFX 241040 RRA
RWSGTF
MTZ008>015-044>055-242300-
REGIONAL WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
340 AM MST TUE FEB 24 2015

Temperatures will be mild today with highs in the 40s to near 50.
Conditions will deteriorate tonight with accumulating light snow
developing after midnight and continuing through Wednesday evening.
Snow amounts up to 3 inches are expected across lower elevations
with 3 to 6 inches at and above pass level. Difficult travel
conditions are possible Wednesday morning as roads become slick and
snow-covered. Temperatures will fall into the 20s on Wednesday.

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