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AWUS85 KBYZ 011645
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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT
1045 AM MDT WED OCT 1 2014

AN UPPER LEVEL TROUGH CONTINUED TO GRADUALLY PUSH EASTWARD EARLY
THIS MORNING WHILE PRODUCING ISOLATED SHOWERS ACROSS THE STATE. THE
HEAVIEST 24 HOUR RAINFALL TOTAL OF 1.09 INCHES OCCURRED 2 MILES
SOUTH OF SIDNEY. AS OF 10 AM TEMPERATURES GENERALLY RANGED FROM THE
MID 40S TO THE MID 50S ACROSS MONTANA. THE COLDEST LOW TEMPERATURE
THIS MORNING WAS 32 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED AT BOTH ST. MARY AND W.
YELLOWSTONE.

EXPECT ISOLATED SHOWERS ACROSS MONTANA TO GRADUALLY COME TO AN END
THIS AFTERNOON LEADING TO DRIER CONDITIONS THIS EVENING. HIGH
TEMPERATURES WILL GENERALLY RANGE FROM THE MID 50S THROUGH THE LOW
60S.

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WEATHER.GOV/GLASGOW





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