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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Glasgow MT
1024 AM MDT Mon May 29 2017

Sunny skies dominated most of the state this morning. A few
locations along the North Dakota border are seeing some low to
mid- level clouds as a result of a low pressure system well to the
east, which should move out of the state this morning. A few
showers and thunderstorms yesterday evening brought some
measurable precipitation to mainly central Montana...with a 24
hour statewide maximum of 0.14 inches reported at Huntley.
Overnight low temperatures across Montana ranged from the 20s to
the 40s...with a state low of 22 degrees at an observation site
north-northwest of Ryegate. At 10 am, temperatures ranged from 54
degrees at Ekalaka in southeast Montana, to 70 degrees at Ronan
west of the Divide.

For today, skies will be mostly sunny. The chance of showers and
thunderstorms will be confined to the higher terrain out west.
High temperatures will range from the mid 70s over western
Montana, to the mid- to upper 60s over the eastern part of the

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