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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
400 PM MST WED JAN 28 2015

A WEAK COLD FRONT PUSHED SOUTH THROUGH MOST OF NORTH CENTRAL AND
EASTERN MONTANA BY THIS AFTERNOON. TO THE NORTH OF THE
FRONT...TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE 30S AND 40S WITH MOSTLY CLOUDY
SKIES. TO THE SOUTH OF THE FRONT TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE 40S AND
50S OVER SOUTHWEST AND WESTERN PORTIONS OF SOUTH CENTRAL MT WHERE
SKIES WERE PARTLY CLOUDY.

AT 3 PM...CLOUDS COVERED MUCH OF EASTERN AND NORTH CENTRAL MONTANA
WITH PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES OVER MUCH OF WESTERN AND SOUTHWEST
MONTANA. TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM 32 AT PLENTYWOOD TO 52 AT
LIVINGSTON AND HAMILTON.

A NORTHWEST FLOW OF DRIER AIR WILL ALLOW SKIES TO CLEAR FROM WEST TO
EAST ACROSS THE STATE TONIGHT WITH TEMPERATURES FALLING INTO THE 20S
ACROSS MUCH OF THE STATE. CLEARING SKIES AND RELATIVELY LIGHT WINDS
WILL ALLOW FOR PATCHY FOG TO DEVELOP ACROSS PORTIONS OF THE STATE.

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