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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
330 PM MDT FRI SEP 4 2015

SOUTHWESTERLY FLOW ALOFT CONTINUES TO BRING MOISTURE TO WESTERN AND
CENTRAL MONTANA. BANDS OF SHOWERS HAVE BROUGHT MUCH NEEDED RAIN WITH
RAINFALL AMOUNTS RANGING FROM A HALF INCH TO TO OVER AN INCH AT SOME
LOCATIONS. PERIODS OF RAIN, HEAVY AT TIMES, WILL CONTINUE THROUGH
SUNDAY AFTERNOON BEFORE TAPERING OFF AND ENDING FROM WEST TO EAST.
WINDS WILL REMAIN GENERALLY LIGHT AND TEMPERATURES WILL BE BELOW
SEASONAL AVERAGES THROUGH THE WEEKEND.

AT 3 PM...TEMPERATURES ACROSS SOUTHERN AND EASTERN MONTANA WERE IN
THE UPPER 60S TO MID 70S...WHILE WESTERN MONTANA WAS IN THE 60S AND
NORTHERN AND CENTRAL MONTANA HAD READINGS MAINLY IN THE 50S. THE
COOL SPOT WAS CUT BANK AT 45 DEGREES...WHILE THE WARMEST READING WAS
77 AT WOLF POINT.

OVERNIGHT...BANDS OF WIDESPREAD SHOWERS WILL PERSIST ACROSS WESTERN
AND CENTRAL MONTANA...BUT SHOWERS WILL BE MORE SCATTERED ACROSS THE
EAST. LOWS IN THE 50S WILL BE COMMON IN EASTERN MONTANA...BUT
TEMPERATURES WILL COOL INTO THE 40S IN THE WEST.

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THE REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MONTANA WILL BE DISCONTINUED AFTER
SEPTEMBER 14, 2015. FOR QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS PLEASE CALL THE NWS
OFFICE IN GREAT FALLS AT 406-453-2081.

WEATHER.GOV/GREATFALLS



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