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Temperatures to Rise Some in Montana Sunday

Temperatures across Montana are expected to moderate Sunday with highs expected in the 20s in much of the state.

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Failing to Shovel Sidewalks in Missoula Can Be Expensive, Law and Fees Explained

Snow has returned to Montana and that means Missoulians with sidewalks are under strict orders to get those sidewalks shoveled. Missoula City Code Compliance Manager Gregg Wood explains the law.

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Weather Service Says Possible Snow Event Thursday Night – Followed By More Bitter Cold [YouTube]

The National Weather Service is predicting that West Central Montana could experience a 'significant snow event' from Thursday night into Friday.

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Winter Blast Coming Late Sunday Into Next Week [YouTube]

A winter blast is headed towards Montana from Canada and is due to arrive by the end of the coming weekend and continuing through next week.

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Armed Standoff Ends Peacefully – Montana Headlines [YouTube]

An armed intoxicated man surrendered to authorities without incident late Tuesday afternoon after being holed up inside a house in the Canyon Creek neighborhood west of Missoula.

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Cold Front Bringing Snow to Higher Elevations This Weekend – Good News for Hunters

Snow is expected Halloween night through Saturday in upper elevations near Western Montana.

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Snow Hits Western Montana – More Rain Expected the Rest of the Week

Believe it or not, snow has fallen in the Treasure State.

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Old Farmers Almanac Predicts Warmer Drier Winter for Missoula [AUDIO]

The Old Farmers Almanac has predicted a harsh winter for much of the United States, dubbing it the 'Refriger-Nation' for 2014-2015, but western Montana will be spared.

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Cold – Windy Weather Systems to Move Into Missoula Through Thursday [AUDIO]

The National Weather Service is predicting two cold, windy, snow-producing systems to move through the region starting Monday night through Thursday.

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Rain and Snow Expected Through Wednesday in Western Montana [AUDIO]

A very cold and wet weather system will impact Western Montana through Wednesday.

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