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Snow slickens roads across Montana; below freezing high temperatures predicted Monday

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BILLINGS, Montana — The National Weather Service posted winter weather advisories for north-central and south-central Montana on Sunday.

Light snow that fell Saturday and Sunday left slick roads in many parts of central and western Montana, including stretches of Interstates 15 and 90.

Snow was expected to pick up in the Billings area, and the Weather Service warned of possibly slick travel conditions developing along areas of I-90 and I-94.

The snow was expected to be mostly out of the state on Monday, but high temperatures below freezing were predicted statewide.

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