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By Tim Leeds 

Forecasters: Snow - and temperatures - will continue to drop

 

Last updated 12/15/2022 at 11:39am

Havre Daily News/Katelyn Maloughney

New-fallen snow lines 11th Street West Wednesday as a car drives toward Highland Park. While this part of Montana has not seen the extreme winter weather from the eastern edge of Montana through the Great Lakes region, snow and temperatures have fallen, and more snow is in the forecast with extreme cold expected next week.

While this region has not seen the extreme weather from the eastern edge of the state stretching to the east and south, north-central Montana continues to see snow and temperatures are expected to drop even lower next week, with highs in this area next Wednesday expected to be below zero.

But eastern Montana, from Poplar to Miles City and east into the Dakotas, is under a winter storm watch while the eastern part of the Dakotas are in a winter storm warning and southern South Dakota is in a blizzard warning.

That storm, that includes wintry weather through Michigan with snow causing probl...



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