Oct 29, 2013 4:00 PM by Meteorologist Mike Rawlins
I don't think there's any arguments to the suggestion that it was very cold early Tuesday morning.
For native Montanans, it's something you expect every year.
For recent transplants or visitors, it was a shock, especially considering some of us were enjoying the 70's just this past Saturday.
Despite the single digit readings noted at a few observation sites under the Big Sky, it does not appear that any records were broken.
Helena Regional Airport dipped to 19° around 8am, but the standing record was set back in 1991 when the mercury dropped to -2°.
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Here's a look at some of the lowest numbers across Montana: