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Winter Weather Advisory CANCELLED for southwest Montana.

A Pacific cold front has brought gusty winds and cooler air to western Montana along with mostly mountain rain, snow and graupel showers.  The showers are reaching the valley floors in some areas, especially around Bozeman.  Down sloping winds will limit precipitation in some of the other valleys.

Tuesday night, a Canadian front will move into the region from the northeast, stalling from Glacier Park along the divide to the Bozeman area.  This is the region with the best chance of flurries and snow showers.  Elsewhere, just a few mainly mountain rain, snow and graupel showers this evening and again Wednesday afternoon.  Lows in the lower 30s with highs in the 40s.

Another storm system will move into northwest Montana Thursday afternoon with rain showers developing around Kalispell.  Milder with highs in the 50s to lower 60s.  A good chance of rain and snow area wide Thursday night and early Friday, continuing throughout the day from Bozeman south and east into Wyoming. 

EASTER weekend is still looking great, with partly to mostly sunny days Saturday and Sunday with highs warming into the 60s!

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