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By Tim Leeds 

Cold winter in store for the Hi-Line

 


Conditions that led to an extremely wet Montana summer and fall are expected to continue, with patterns in the Pacific Ocean and other areas leading forecasters to expect a cold, snowy winter in the state."We're starting to hear some forecasts for a good, old-fashioned Montana winter," said Jesse Aber of the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation.Aber said that numerous meteorological conditions around the world — including a shift in the temperatures of the northern Pacific, which had been in a 30-year cycle contributing to warmer, drier winters in Montana — are leadi...



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