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REGIONAL WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS
235 PM MST FRI NOV 28 2014

The strong cold front that has already moved through north central
Montana as of early Friday afternoon will continue to move through
southern Montana overnight into Saturday morning. Cold Canadian air
will move into the area through Saturday night, causing falling
temperatures through the period. The front will have a more
difficult time making it into southwest Montana, so temperatures
will be slower to fall there. Overall, temperatures will likely
bottom out Saturday night, with lows in the teens below zero across
north central Montana and in the single digits above and below zero
in southwest Montana. Snow will also become widespread across the
region overnight and continue into Saturday evening. Conditions will
then improve to begin the work week.

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