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Last Map Update: Thu, Dec. 5, 2019 at 6:34:29 pm MST

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A strong cold front moves from north to south Saturday night thru Sunday evening, bringing much colder temperatures, gusty northerly winds, and snow. Motorists should be prepared for slippery roads and reduced visibility. Temperatures on Sunday will fall into the teens following the frontal passage, with lows in the single digits likely Monday morning. #mtwx
Snow appears likely for much of the region this weekend, with the Rocky Mountain Front region again expected to take the brunt of the storm in terms of snow totals, with heavier snow possible from later Saturday evening into Sunday morning. Snow totals will be less for the rest of central and north-central Montana, but will still cause impacts, especially for anyone with travel plans during the day on Sunday. In southwest Montana, snow appears likely to remain mainly in the mountains, as the cold air will take longer to work into the southwest valleys. Stay tuned to our Facebook and Twitter pages for updates, and check out your latest local forecast on the NWS Great Falls website.


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