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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Glasgow MT
11 AM MDT Wed Sep 28 2016

Clear to partly cloudy conditions were observed across the Treasure
State late this morning. Temperatures were a bit cooler than
yesterday as a cold front swept through the state last night and
northeast winds were bringing in cooler air from Canada.

As of 10 am, temperatures were generally in the 50s. Low
temperatures overnight were generally in the 30s and 40s, the cold
spot being West Yellowstone at 27 degrees. Locations such as
Kalispell and Billings only dropped to the low to mid 50s. No
precipitation was reported in the past 24 hours.

Mainly clear skies are expected through tonight. Highs will reach
the 60s in Central Montana to the 70s elsewhere. Lows tonight will
be in the 40s with some near 50 readings expected in eastern
Montana.

Slightly more unsettled conditions are expected late Thursday and
more so over the weekend.

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weather.gov/glasgow


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