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The abrupt chill that collided with a moist Pacific weather front and caused flash-freezing in several spots across Montana is expected to stay at least through Wednesday. Winds will persist also as a second wave of Canadian cold air pushes south spilling over the Continental Divide. Temperature lows could drop to 10 or 15 below zero for most of western Montana. The Highway Patrol is asking people to be diligent and to drive defensively.

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