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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT
1028 AM MST WED FEB 10 2016

SATELLITE IMAGERY THIS MORNING REVEALS HIGH CLOUDS DRIFTING OVER
MONTANA FROM THE NORTHWEST...AND LOW CLOUDS COVERING AREAS IN
NORTHEAST MONTANA. RADAR IMAGERY IS SHOWING NO OR LIMITED RETURN
ECHOES FOR NO PRECIPITATION.

AT 10 AM THIS MORNING...MOST STATIONS WERE REPORTING CLOUDY TO
MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES. KALISPELL HAD FOG. LIVINGSTON WAS MEASURING
WINDS AT 32 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 43 MPH.

NONE OF THE STATIONS REPORTED ANY MEASURABLE PRECIPITATION IN THE
LAST 24 HOURS. MAXIMUM SNOW DEPTH OF 33 INCHES WAS REPORTED FROM W
YELLOWSTONE. BOZEMAN MEASURED 7 INCHES AND MISSOULA REPORTED 3
INCHES OF SNOW DEPTH.

THE OVERNIGHT LOWEST TEMPERATURE OF 6 DEGREES OCCURRED AT BANNACK.
MORE OVERNIGHT MINIMUM TEMPERTURES INCLUDE 43 AT BILLINGS...8
DEGREES AT BUTTE...42 AT CUT BANK...31 AT GLASGOW AND MILES CITY...
40 AT GREAT FALLS...26 AT HELENA.

CONDITIONS EXPECTED TODAY...WEST OF THE DIVIDE...PARTLY CLOUDY WITH
HIGHS IN THE UPPER 30S TO MID 40S. CENTRAL...PARTLY CLOUDY WITH
HIGHS IN THE 50S TO 60...EXCEPT 40 TO 50 IN THE MOUNTAINS.
SOUTHWEST...PARTLY CLOUDY WITH HIGHS40 TO 50 AND 35 TO 45 IN THE
MOUNTAINS. NORTHEAST...MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH HIGHS IN THE LOW TO MID
40S. SOUTH CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST...MOSTLY SUNNY WITH HIGHS IN THE
50S TO MID 60S.

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WEATHER.GOV/GLASGOW



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