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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
320 PM MDT MON JUN 29 2015

SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED OVER WESTERN MONTANA
THIS AFTERNOON AHEAD OF A PACIFIC COLD FRONT. SOME OF THE STORMS
OVER SOUTHWEST MONTANA HAVE PRODUCED BRIEF HEAVY RAIN...SMALL
HAIL...AND WIND GUSTS UP TO 50 MPH. THE CLOUDS AND SHOWERS HAVE KEPT
TEMPERATURES FROM REACHING THE EXTREME LEVELS OF THE LAST COUPLE OF
DAYS. HOWEVER...EASTERN MONTANA REMAINED MOSTLY SUNNY AND HOT.

AT 3 PM MDT...TEMPERATURES WERE MOSTLY IN THE 80S IN THE WESTERN
MOUNTAIN AREAS AND IN THE 90S EAST OF THE ROCKIES...RANGING FROM 82
IN PLAINS TO 97 IN SIDNEY.

OVERNIGHT...THE SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL MOVE EAST
ACROSS CENTRAL MONTANA INTO EASTERN MONTANA AS THE COLD FRONT MOVES
EAST OF THE ROCKIES. THE THREAT FOR STRONG STORMS WILL DECREASE
LATER THIS EVENING...BUT WESTERLY WINDS WILL BECOME GUSTY ALONG THE
ROCKY MOUNTAIN FRONT BEHIND THE COLD FRONT AFTER MIDNIGHT. LOW
TEMPERATURES WILL REMAIN MILD...MOSTLY FALLING INTO THE 60S TO LOWER
70S...BUT 50S WILL BE POSSIBLE IN THE HIGHER MOUNTAIN VALLEYS.

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