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Does anybody no what kind of weather around missoula montana would be like in mid Sept ?Am hunting around 5000 feet?thanks

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savy The weather around Missoula in September is pretty nice most of the time. You will get some snow at times but doesn't get to rough. It can rain a lot at times so be preparesd for that to. Mornings can be foggu to. I have hunted west of there a DeBorge before which is about 80 miles west of there along the Idaho border. You would like that area very well. It is a big country, so have fun. CAJ

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It's the mountains, be prepared for anything. It could snow one night and then be 70 degrees the next. Just be prepared.

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