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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
325 PM MDT Mon Oct 23 2017

While winds have not been as strong as they were during the day on
Sunday, wind gusts of 40 to near 50 mph were quite common east of
the Continental Divide today. Skies ranged from sunny to mostly
sunny for most of the afternoon hours.

At 3 PM, Temperatures ranged from the mid 40s to low 60s. The
coolest locations in Montana was West Yellowstone at 45 degrees,
while Wolf Point was the warmest at 61 degrees.

Tonight, low temperatures are expected to fall into the 20s to 30s
generally across the Treasure State, possibly as warm as the low 40s
across North Central Montana. Northwest winds will slowly decrease
throughout the evening hours across the eastern half of the state,
before gradually turning to the west. Skies are expected to remain
clear, with the only exception being immediately downwind of the
North Rocky Mountain Front where mid and high clouds are expected to
develop.


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