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By Tim Leeds 

Wintry weather still expected to hit over the weekend

Winter forecast predicts cooler temps, above-average precip in this region

 

Last updated 10/20/2022 at 11:32am

Havre Daily News/Katelyn Maloughney

Brightly colored leaves adorn trees near Morgan Hall on the Montana State University-Northern campus Wednesday, showing fall progressing through the area. The typical autumn weather this region has been experiencing in the last few weeks is expected to turn a bit wintry this weekend, with high temperatures dropping into the 40s and a chance of rain turning to snow Saturday and Sunday.

The autumn weather this region has been seeing the last few weeks is expected to turn to some cooler temperatures with rain and snow over the weekend, and the winter forecast released today by National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration predicts a good chance that will continue through January.

NOAA's National Weather Service put a red-flag fire warning in effect for today east of the Continental Divide including Blaine, Chouteau, Hill and Liberty counties, due to high temps, expected to be in the 70s, low humidity and gusty winds. The advisory warns that any spark could ignite a...



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