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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT
1115 AM MDT THU MAY 28 2015

SCATTERED SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS DOTTED THE WESTERN HALF
OF MONTANA THIS MORNING. THE EASTERN HALF OF THE STATE WAS MOSTLY
CLOUDY WITH AREAS OF FOG. THE COOP SITE NORTHEAST OF DUNKIRK
REPORTED 0.97 INCHES OF RAIN OVER THE PAST 24 HOURS...WHILE 0.09
INCHES FELL AT THE COOP SITE NORTHWEST OF RYEGATE. BOTH THE GLENDIVE
AND WOLF POINT AIRPORTS RECEIVED 0.56 INCHES OF RAIN. NUMEROUS
OTHER LOCATIONS MEASURED OVER A TENTH OF AN INCH.

OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURES WERE MAINLY IN THE 40S AND 50S. THE COOL
SPOT WAS AT THE WEST YELLOWSTONE GATE AND AT THE WEST YELLOWSTONE
AIRPORT...BOTH REPORTING LOWS OF 39 DEGREES. READINGS AT 11 AM
RANGED FROM 51 DEGREES IN BUTTE AND GREAT FALLS...TO 72 IN SIDNEY.

SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE POSSIBLE THE REST OF THE
DAY IN WESTERN...CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN MONTANA...WITH ISOLATED
ACTIVITY IN THE NORTHEAST. HIGHS WILL MAINLY BE IN THE 60S TO MID
70S...BUT LINGERING IN THE 50S IN THE SOUTHWESTERN MOUNTAINS.

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