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Montana Weather Summary...Corrected
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
355 PM MDT Wed Apr 26 2017

A disturbance combined with weakly unstable air over Western and
Central Montana this afternoon to cause scattered showers and
isolated thunderstorms there. Brief heavy rain appeared to be the
main threat so far. Eastern Montana remained mostly sunny. A frontal
boundary lingered over Western and Central Montana as well, which
kept winds light and westerly in the west and light and easterly in
the east.

At 3 PM...temperatures had mostly warmed into the 40s to lower 50s,
ranging from 37 degrees in West Yellowstone to 54 degrees in
Bozeman, Choteau, and Havre.

Overnight...Eastern Montana will stay partly cloudy and cool, as
temperatures fall into the mid to upper 20s. Western and Central
Montana will continue to have scattered to numerous rain and snow
showers, likely causing minor accumulations in the mountains. A few
thunderstorms will also be possible. Lows there will mainly be in
the upper 20s to lower 30s.

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