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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Glasgow MT
1021 AM MDT Tue Jul 25 2017


It was a quiet night across most of the Treasure state overnight,
with the exception of a couple of clusters of thunderstorms that
moved through northeastern and southeastern Montana overnight.
Some of these storms brought a little precipitation to
a few locations, including Glasgow, which received 0.21 inches of
rain. Mid level clouds associated with a low over southern Idaho
were moving into southern Montana this morning. Winds overnight were
light and variable across most of the state, except near
thunderstorms early this morning where winds were gusty and
erratic. Overnight low temperatures ranged generally from the 40s
to the low 60s, with a state low of 36 degrees in St Mary.

At 10 AM, temperatures ranged from 54 degrees in West Yellowstone
to 78 degrees in Baker. Winds had become mainly north to northwesterly,
with the exception of southeast Montana, where northeasterly
winds prevailed.

For today, expect partly cloudy skies early, becoming mostly
cloudy across the southern locations this afternoon and evening.
Portions of the state will be impacted by smoke from the active
wildfires as well. Showers and thunderstorms are expected to
develop in high terrain this morning, and overspread southern
Montana this afternoon/evening. High temperatures will be mainly
in the 80s.

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weather.gov/glasgow



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