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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT
11 AM MDT TUE JUN 30 2015

SCATTERED SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS IMPACTED MOST OF THE
TREASURE STATE OVERNIGHT...WITH THE ONLY EXCEPTION BEING EXTREME
NORTHWEST MONTANA. ADDITIONALLY...MANY LOCATIONS IN NORTH CENTRAL
AND NORTHEASTERN MONTANA REPORTED REDUCED VISIBILITY IN SMOKE...FROM
CANADIAN FIRES.

OVERNIGHT LOWS ACROSS THE STATE WERE MAINLY IN THE 50S AND
60S...WITH SOME LOW 70S. THE COOLEST READING REPORTED WAS 50 DEGREES
AT ST MARY.

MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES WERE OVER THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF THE STATE AT
10 AM THIS MORNING WITH SMOKE OVER MUCH OF THE NORTHERN PORTION OF
THE STATE. TEMPERATURES FOR MOST LOCATIONS WERE IN THE 70S AND
80S...WITH SOME 60S AT HIGHER ELEVATIONS. WINDS STATEWIDE WERE
GENERALLY IN THE 10 TO 20 MPH RANGE.

IT WILL BE ANOTHER HOT DAY UNDER A PARTLY CLOUDY SKY. HIGHS WILL
BE IN THE 90S. ISOLATED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL SPREAD
ACROSS THE REGION THIS MORNING...AND WILL CLEAR FROM WEST TO EAST
THROUGH THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING.


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WEATHER.GOV/GLASGOW




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