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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
315 PM MDT Sun SEP 25 2016

An upper level ridge of high pressure brought dry conditions to the
Treasure State this afternoon with mainly clear skies over the
eastern two thirds of the state while scattered to broken cloud-
cover was observed west of the continental divide.

At 3 pm, temperatures were mainly in the 60s, ranging from 57 at
West Yellowstone to 68 at Helena and Wolf Point. Breezy west winds
were occurring with strongest gusts across eastern portions of the
state. A gust to 33 mph was reported at Sidney.

Dry conditions will continue statewide tonight with generally clear
skies east of the divide and partly cloudy skies west. Winds will
gradually diminish overnight with low temperatures near seasonal
averages for late September.

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