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By Tim Leeds 

Warmer temps and snow expected for near future

Winter weather advisory in effect through mid-afternoon


March 15, 2018

Havre Daily News/Ryan Welch

Trees and bushes are covered in a light layer of snow and ice Tuesday morning at the Northern Agricultural Research Center south of Havre. The Havre area received a light dusting of snow Monday night, and more is expected today through Monday.

Warmer temperatures than this part of north-central Montana endured through much of the winter are expected to continue through the weekend, but winter is not going away with more snow also in the forecast in a record-setting year.

The local forecast calls for snow off and on through Monday morning.

That continues a record-setting trend in the state, including in north-central Montana. In Havre, National Weather Service reports its station at the Havre City-County Airport has recorded 79.8 inches, almost 7 feet, of snow falling since July 1, a new record for this time of the year.


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