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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT
11 AM MST THU MAR 5 2015

SURFACE LOW PRESSURE ACROSS THE PLAINS OF MONTANA PRODUCED SOME
GUSTY WINDS ALONG THE FRONT RANGE OVERNIGHT...WITH GUSTS OF 30 TO
45 MPH. THESE WINDS HELPED TO HOLD TEMPERATURES WELL ABOVE WEDNESDAY
MORNINGS READINGS. OVERNIGHT LOWS RANGED FROM THE SINGLE DIGITS TO
THE TEENS AND LOW 20S FOR MOST AREAS. THE COLDEST READING REPORTED
WAS AT WEST YELLOWSTONE WITH 4 BELOW ZERO.

CLOUDS WERE MOVING ACROSS THE WESTERN PART OF THE STATE THIS MORNING
AT 10 AM...OTHERWISE...SKIES OVER MONTANA WERE MOSTLY SUNNY. WINDS
WERE GUSTING IN THE 25 TO 35 MPH RANGE ALONG PORTIONS OF THE FRONT
RANGE AND OVER SOUTHEAST PARTS OF THE STATE...WITH WINDS GENERALLY
IN THE 5 TO 15 MPH RANGE ELSEWHERE. TEMPERATURES VARIED
WIDELY...WITH READINGS FROM THE TEENS AT HIGHER ELEVATIONS TO THE
LOW 40S IN WINDIER LOCATIONS.

REST OF TODAY...PARTLY CLOUDY TO OCCASIONALLY MOSTLY CLOUDY
CONDITIONS WILL PREVAIL. TEMPERATURES WILL WARM INTO THE 40S
ALONG THE FRONT RANGE...WITH SOME 30S HOLDING ON IN WESTERN VALLEYS
AND ALONG THE EASTERN STATE LINE.

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WEATHER.GOV/GLASGOW




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