Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS
AWUS85 KBYZ 261101
Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Billings MT
501 AM MDT Wed Oct 26 2016
A surge of moisture into the Pacific Northwest was being pushed
north over the Northern Rockies by developing high pressure. As a
result, the southern half of Montana saw clearing overnight while
clouds continued to stream across the north. West and southwest
Montana saw shower activity with the most rain falling at Missoula
with a tenth of an inch (.10) reported. At 4 a.m. Showers were
falling west of the divide this morning while some fog was being
reported at Wolf Point and Glasgow.
Temperatures were mainly in the 40s but more stations were
reporting 30s than previous days. The cold spot was Sidney at 32
degrees. Warmest was Livingston at 49 degrees.
It will breezy and warm across most of eastern Montana while
western portions of the state remain damp. Temperatures will reach
the 60s in east but be stuck in the 40s and 50s in the west.