By Tim Leeds 

Cooler temps, a bit more snow, in forecast


Last updated 3/13/2023 at 3:15pm

Havre Daily News/Christy Bambrough

A man blows snow off the sidewalk Saturday on the 200 Block of Third Avenue next to Office Equipment. The region saw significant snowfall over the weekend in a storm that hit much of the state. Havre just missed breaking a record Friday - 5.2 inches with the record of 5.6 inches set in 1921 - with National Weather Service reporting the total storm dropped nearly 7.2 inches in Havre.

A storm that rampaged across the state dumped a significant amount of snow in this part of Montana, snow likely to stay on the ground, with cool temperatures predicted this week and a bit more snow in the forecast.

In Havre, National Weather Service reports the storm left nearly 7.2 inches of new snow, with a near-record 5.2 inches Friday. The record for Havre March 10 was set in 1921 at 5.6 inches.

Temperatures were cold, with Thursday's high for Havre 17 and the low was 1 degree, while Saturday saw a high of 22 and a low of 4.

Sunday dropped to extremely unseasonably low temperatures,...

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