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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
400 PM MDT SAT JUL 4 2015

THE 4TH OF JULY STARTED OUT VERY QUIET AND SUNNY ACROSS
MONTANA...BUT SCATTERED SHOWERS AND SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED
EARLY THIS AFTERNOON OVER THE NORTHEASTERN PORTION OF THE STATE.
OVER THE WESTERN PORTION OF THE STATE...THE SUNNY SKIES ALLOWED FOR
HOT TEMPERATURES TO PREVAIL.

AS OF MID AFTERNOON TODAY...AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES WHERE GENERALLY
IN THE MID 90S OVER THE WESTERN AND SOUTHERN SECTIONS OF THE
STATE...WHILE 70S AND LOWER 80S PREVAILED ACROSS THE FAR NORTHERN
TIER OF STATE. SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WHERE OCCURRING IN NORTHEASTERN
MONTANA. HAIL UP TO QUARTER SIZE WAS REPORTED SOUTH OF BROCKTON AND
SOUTH OF VIDA...WITH GOLF BALL SIZE HAIL REPORTED IN COALRIDGE. THE
SHERIFF OFFICE IN DAWSON COUNTY ESTIMATED WIND GUSTS FROM 70 TO
80 MPH NORTH OF TERRY.

FOR TONIGHT...EXPECT SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS GENERALLY EAST OF THE
DIVIDE. SOME STORMS COULD BE SEVERE THIS EVENING. OTHERWISE SKIES
WILL BE PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY...WITH OVERNIGHT LOWS
GENERALLY RANGING FROM THE LOWER 50S TO THE LOWER 60S.

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