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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT
11 AM MDT THU JUL 2 2015

A STRONG WEATHER DISTURBANCE PRODUCED SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS OVER
EASTERN MONTANA LAST EVENING. SOME OF THE STORMS WERE SEVERE OVER
THE SOUTHEAST PART OF THE STATE. LOW TEMPERATURES FOR MOST LOCATIONS
WERE IN THE 50S AND 60S...WITH SOME 40S AT HIGHER ELEVATIONS. WEST
YELLOWSTONE HAD THE COOLEST TEMPERATURES AT 41 DEGREES.

MONTANA WAS UNDER A PARTLY TO MOSTLY SUNNY SKY THIS MORNING AT 10
AM...WITH LINGERING AREAS OF SMOKE ACROSS NORTHERN SECTIONS OF TE
STATE. TEMPERATURES WERE RUNNING IN THE 70S AND 80S FOR MOST
LOCATIONS...WITH WINDS GENERALLY IN THE 5 TO 15 MPH RANGE.

IT WILL BE MOSTLY SUNNY AND WARM ACROSS THE STATE TODAY AS HIGH
PRESSURE BUILDS OVER THE REGION. ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS ARE
POSSIBLE OVER FAR EASTERN MONTANA AND OVER AND NEAR THE MOUNTAINS.
HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL REACH THE 80S...WITH 90S WEST OF THE
DIVIDE. IT WILL BE IN THE 60S AND 70S IN THE MOUNTAINS.

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WEATHER.GOV/GLASGOW





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