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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
315 PM MST FRI NOV 21 2014

CLOUDS AND PRECIP WHERE ON THE INCREASE OVER WESTERN MONTANA THIS
AFTERNOON...AS THE NEXT PACIFIC STORM SYSTEM APPROACHES THE REGION.
GUSTY WEST WINDS CONTINUED ALONG THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN FRONT...WHILE
PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES PREVAILED OVER THE EASTERN PORTIONS OF THE STATE.

AT MID AFTERNOON TODAY TEMPERATURES WHERE MOSTLY IN THE 40S IN THE
CENTRAL AND EASTERN PORTIONS OF THE STATE...WHILE 30S WHERE COMMON
WEST OF THE DIVIDE. AS OF 3 PM...LIBBY WAS ONE OF THE COOLER
LOCATIONS WITH A TEMPERATURE OF 32 DEGREES...WHILE LEWISTOWN WAS A
BIT WARMER AT 50 DEGREES. THE GUSTY WINDS CONTINUED OVER THE
NORTHERN PLAINS AS WELL...WITH LOMA REPORTING A WIND GUSTS NEAR
30 MPH.

FOR TONIGHT...EXPECT RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS TO BE ON THE INCREASE
OVER WESTERN AND CENTRAL MONTANA. AREAS OF FREEZING RAIN WILL ALSO
BE POSSIBLE IN THE VALLEYS OF WESTERN MONTANA. PARTLY TO MOSTLY
CLOUDY SKIES ARE EXPECTED OVER EASTERN MONTANA...WHILE GUSTY WEST
WINDS CONTINUE ALONG THE FRONT RANGE OF THE ROCKIES AND IN THE
LIVINGSTON AREA. OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL GENERALLY RANGE FROM THE MID
20S TO THE MID 30S.

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