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More snow hits, colder temps on the way

A short respite from wintry weather — though not of the snow piled on the ground — appears to be over with snow falling this morning, a winter weather advisory for Hill and Blaine counties extending into parts of Chouteau and Phillips counties through tonight and more normal winter temperatures predicted the rest of the week.

The winter advisory said the plains today can expect up to 4 inches of new snow, with the highest accumulations on the northern foothills on the Bear Paw Mountains and up to eight inches expected in the Bear Paws themselves.

The advisory in Phillips County including the L...


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