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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
425 PM MDT FRI MAY 6 2016

HIGH PRESSURE MOVED INTO MONTANA FROM CANADA TODAY IN THE WAKE OF
THE COLD FRONT. THE CANADIAN BORDER AREA REMAINED MOSTLY SUNNY...BUT
THE REST OF THE STATE WAS MOSTLY CLOUDY...WITH SCATTERED SHOWERS
LINGERING THROUGH THE AFTERNOON ACROSS SOUTHERN MONTANA. NORTH WINDS
WERE LIGHT ACROSS THE NORTH...BUT THE SOUTH CONTINUED TO HAVE GUSTS
OF UP TO 35 MPH AT TIMES. VISIBILITY WAS ALSO REDUCED SOMEWHAT
ACROSS EASTERN MONTANA AS THE NORTH WINDS CONTINUED TO BRING SMOKE
FROM THE FORT MCMURRAY FIRE IN ALBERTA.

AT 4 PM...TEMPERATURES HAD WARMED MOSTLY INTO THE 50S AND
60S...RANGING FROM 48 DEGREES UNDER CLOUDY SKIES AT ANACONDA AND
DEER LODGE TO 72 DEGREES UNDER SUNNY SKIES AT EUREKA... LIBBY...
SIDNEY... AND WOLF POINT.

OVERNIGHT...HAZY CONDITIONS WILL PERSIST ACROSS EASTERN MONTANA WITH
CONTINUED NORTHERLY WINDS...AND LINGERING SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS
WILL DECREASE ACROSS THE SOUTH. TEMPERATURES WILL MOSTLY FALL INTO
THE 40S...BUT 30S ARE LIKELY IN THE MOUNTAIN VALLEYS OF THE WEST.

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WEATHER.GOV/GREATFALLS


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