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By Tim Leeds 

State continues in drought mode

Warm temperatures, no precipitation expected in this region through the weekend


Last updated 3/30/2022 at 11:09am

Havre Daily News/Kason Clark

Traces of snow still linger on the Bear Paw Mountains late last week.

Although a system is expected to bring some snow in the west and southwest part of the state the next couple of days, this area is expected to remain fairly warm and dry through the region, as drought continues in much of the state.

The heaviest accumulations from the storm moving into the southwest are expected east of Interstate 15 and south of Interstate 90, especially in the Big Sky and West Yellowstone areas, National Weather Service reports. About one inch of snowfall also is predicted in the St. Mary area on the edge of Glacier National Park, a Weather System graphic shows.

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