Record Low Temperatures Set in Montana

By Beacon Staff

BILLINGS – The National Weather Service says at least six Montana towns surpassed record low temperatures for Feb. 26, with Jordan and Wolf Point leading the way at 34 below.

Weather officials tell the Billings Gazette that on Saturday morning Malta was at minus 33, Miles City minus 31, Saco minus 30 and Glendive minus 27. Glasgow tied the record at minus 30.

Officials say more records are possible as additional communities report overnight lows.

The agency predicts the bitter cold will ease through the rest of the weekend.

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