Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Glasgow MT
312 AM MDT Wed Oct 26 2016

This is the Regional Weather Summary for the eastern two thirds
of Montana...Southern Saskatchewan...and Western North Dakota.

Patchy fog has developed over parts of northeast Montana overnight
and will persist into the daylight hours this morning, potentially
reducing visibility, especially in the valleys. Otherwise,
conditions across the region will be mostly dry through much of
the rest of the week, as a ridge of high pressure sits over the
western US. By Thursday, the axis of the ridge will sit over
Montana, and bring the warmest temperatures of the week to the
region. After Thursday, some small-scale disturbances will swing
through the ridge and will bring slight chances of light rain to
the region each day through the weekend, and temperatures will
begin to cool back off.

Today, expect afternoon high temperatures to range from the mid
50s to the mid 60s.

On Thursday, morning lows should range from the upper 30s to the
upper 40s, while afternoon highs should range from the low 60s to
the low 70s.

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