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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
330 PM MDT WED JUL 30 2014

STRONG HIGH PRESSURE ALOFT CAUSED TEMPERATURES TO BECOME VERY WARM
ACROSS MONTANA AGAIN TODAY...AS MANY PLACES WARMED THROUGH THE 80S
INTO THE LOWER 90S. WEAK MONSOONAL MOISTURE ALSO CAUSED ISOLATED
WEAK THUNDERSTORMS TO DEVELOP OVER THE MOUNTAINS OF WESTERN MONTANA
DURING THE AFTERNOON. THESE STORMS LIKELY PRODUCED WIND GUSTS TO 40
MPH AND BRIEF HEAVY RAIN WITH LITTLE IF ANY HAIL. WINDS WERE
OTHERWISE GENERALLY LIGHT ACROSS THE STATE WITH SOME GUSTS UP TO 20
MPH OUT OF THE EAST IN THE EASTERN HALF.

AT 3 PM...SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS IN
THE WEST...WHILE THE CENTRAL AND EASTERN PORTIONS WERE MOSTLY SUNNY.
WINDS WERE STILL MOSTLY LIGHT WITH THE GUSTY WINDS REMAINING IN THE
EAST. TEMPERATURES WERE MOSTLY IN THE 80S TO LOWER 90S...RANGING
FROM 75 AT WEST YELLOWSTONE TO 97 AT FORT BENTON...HAVRE...AND LIBBY.

OVERNIGHT...THE CLOUDS AND THUNDERSTORMS OVER WESTERN MONTANA WILL
DIMINISH AFTER SUNSET...ALLOWING SKIES TO BECOME MOSTLY CLEAR ACROSS
THE STATE. WINDS IN THE EAST WILL ALSO DECREASE IN THE EVENING...FOR
LIGHT WINDS STATEWIDE. TEMPERATURES WILL MOSTLY FALL INTO THE 50S TO
LOWER 60S...EXCEPT FOR 40S IN THE HIGHER MOUNTAIN VALLEYS.

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