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Feeling more like subzero

Like a house guest who has overstayed their welcome, much colder air is still staying here through the rest of the day.

Temperatures stay below average through Friday.

Wind chill temperatures will be subzero in most of the Treasure State this morning.

The sun will be shining through the rest of the week into the weekend.

We go from below average to above average pretty quickly.

Central Montana will feel the 40’s by Sunday with those (comparatively) balmy conditions sticking around through the rest of next week.

Our next snow chances come midweek next week as the high pressure that is currently keeping us sunny and dry gets pushed out by low pressure moving in from the Pacific.

Stay warm out there today!

Elizabeth Copeland

Elizabeth Copeland

Great Falls
42°
Havre
39°
Lewistown
39°
Glasgow
39°
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