By Tim Leeds 

North-central Montana moving out of severe cold snap

Severe winter weather in other parts of U.S. also predicted to let up


Last updated 2/18/2021 at 11:38am

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Cattle feed Tuesday in southern Hill County. The high temperature in Havre that day was 13 degrees, following a low of 34 below zero Sunday morning, but temperatures in this region are expected to warm considerably by the weekend. HIghs in the 40s are in the forecast for Sunday.

While forecasters predict this part of Montana will move out of the bitter cold snap it has been under for more than a week, other parts of the country continue to reel from severe winter weather, although that also is expected to let up in upcoming days.

The forecast for this part of north-central Montana calls for highs in the 20s today with lows tonight in the single digits in most of the region and up into the teens near Big Sandy.

The predicted highs are nearly 50 degrees warmer than the lows just a few days ago, such as Havre's low of minus 34 at 3:45 a.m. Sunday. The high in Havre...

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