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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
330 PM MDT TUE SEP 2 2014

MUCH OF MONTANA HAD CLEAR SKIES AND NEAR SEASONAL TEMPERATURES THIS
AFTERNOON. THE NORTH WEST AND NORTH CENTRAL PORTIONS OF THE STATE
HAD HIGH CLOUDS MOVING IN AHEAD OF THE NEXT PACIFIC FRONT.

TONIGHT CLOUD COVER WILL INCREASE OVER THE NORTH WEST MOUNTAINS AND
NORTH CENTRAL PLAINS AS A PACIFIC FRONT MOVES CLOSER TO THE STATE. A
FEW SHOWERS WILL START IN THE NORTH WEST AND MOVE TO THE ADJACENT
PLAINS. TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED TO BE NEAR SEASONAL AVERAGES
TONIGHT AND BELOW SEASONAL AVERAGES TOMORROW.

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