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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT
1105 AM MDT SUN AUG 30 2015

SCATTERED SHOWERS COVERED THE RADAR IN EASTERN AND PORTIONS OF
CENTRAL MONTANA AS A COLD FRONT PUSHED THROUGH THIS MORNING. SKIES
WERE PARTLY CLOUDY ALONG THE FRONT RANGE OF THE ROCKIES...WHILE
ANOTHER DISTURBANCE BROUGHT MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES TO WESTERN MONTANA.
THE BUTTE AIRPORT RECEIVED 0.30 INCHES OF RAIN SINCE YESTERDAY
MORNING...WHILE 0.15 INCHES FELL IN CLYDE PARK. NUMEROUS OTHER
LOCATIONS IN THE WESTERN HALF OF THE STATE REPORTED AMOUNTS LESS
THAN A TENTH OF AN INCH.

LOW TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING GENERALLY RANGED FROM THE 50S IN THE
WEST...TO THE 60S IN THE EAST. A FEW LOCATIONS IN THE SOUTHEAST...
HOWEVER...NEVER DROPPED OUT OF THE 70S. THE LOW IN EKALAKA WAS 77
DEGREES...WHILE THE LOW IN LAUREL WAS 72 DEGREES. READINGS AT 11
THIS MORNING RANGED FROM 64 DEGREES IN MISSOULA...TO 87 IN WOLF
POINT.

ISOLATED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE POSSIBLE ACROSS THE STATE
THIS AFTERNOON. HIGHS WILL RANGE FROM THE 60S IN THE WEST...TO THE
80S TO LOWER 90S IN THE SOUTHEAST.

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THE REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MONTANA WILL BE DISCONTINUED AFTER
SEPTEMBER 14, 2015. FOR QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS PLEASE CALL THE NWS
OFFICE IN GREAT FALLS AT 406-453-2081.

WEATHER.GOV/GLASGOW


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