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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Glasgow MT
1020 AM MDT Wed Apr 26 2017

Scattered showers developed over western and central sections of
the state Tuesday night as a disturbance approached. The showers
were mainly light, but a few of them contained moderate rainfall.
Great Falls picked up thirty two hundredths, /0.32/, over the last
twenty four hours, and Kalispell picked up twenty seven hundredths,
/0.27/ during that same time. While Patchy fog appeared overnight it
clear for most areas by the late morning. Overnight lows ranged from
28 at Bannack and Brussett to 41 at Ronan Airport.

At 10 AM MDT, rain was reported at Billings and moist fog has
dissipated. Otherwise, the state had a mostly cloudy sky.
Temperatures ranged from 46 degrees at Bozeman, to 33 at Baker.

For today, scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms will
spread from western Montana into the central and southern parts of
the state with snow appearing in higher elevations overnight.
Temperatures will be on the cool side for this time of year with
highs in the mid 50s for the central parts of the state and mid to
low 40s in the far east and higher elevations of the west.

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