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AWUS85 KGGW 291740
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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT
1040 AM MST THU JAN 29 2015

IT WAS CLEAR TO PARTLY CLOUDY ACROSS THE STATE BUT PATCHY OF FOG
REMAINED IN AREAS AT 10 AM. THESE AREAS WERE FOUND MAINLY ALONG THE
HI-LINE FROM CUT BANK EAST THROUGH WOLF POINT. THE MISSOULA AREA
ALSO HAD SOME FOG. WINDS WERE RELATIVELY LIGHT ALONG THE FRONT RANGE
WITH THE STRONGEST WINDS AT BROWNING WITH GUST TO 32 MPH AND
LIVINGSTON WITH GUSTS TO 24 MPH. TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM 15 AT
KALISPELL TO 39 AT LIVINGSTON.

OVERNIGHT...THE LOWEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE WAS REPORTED AT 8 DEGREES
AT OLNEY...LOCATED IN NORTHWEST MONTANA.

THIS AFTERNOON...EXPECT SUNNY TO PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES WITH FOG
LINGERING IN THE NORTHEAST. HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL RANGE FROM
THE UPPER 30S AND 40S.

DRY CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TO LINGER INTO TONIGHT...AGAIN PATCHY
FOG CAN BE EXPECTED AS WELL. LOWS WILL BE IN THE TEENS AND 20S.

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WEATHER.GOV/GLASGOW




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