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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BILLINGS MT
506 AM MDT SAT AUG 29 2015

IT WAS ANOTHER QUIET NIGHT ACROSS THE STATE. SKIES WERE MOSTLY
CLOUDY ACROSS ALL BUT THE SOUTHEAST PORTIONS OF THE STATE. THESE
CLOUDS WERE MAINLY OF THE MID AND HIGH LEVEL VARIETY AS NO
PRECIPITATION WAS REPORTED. THE MAIN IMPACT DURING THE EVENING
AND OVERNIGHT HOURS WAS HAZY SKIES DO TO WESTERN WILDFIRES.
VISIBILITIES ACROSS MANY AREAS WERE BETWEEN 2 AND 4 MILES. WINDS
WERE EITHER CALM OR LIGHT AND VARIABLE BETWEEN 5 AND 10 MPH.
TEMPERATURES STARTED THE EVENING MAINLY IN THE 70S AND 80S. BY 5
AM...READINGS HAD COOLED MOSTLY INTO THE 50S AND 60S.

FOR TODAY...SKIES WILL BE MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH SCATTERED SHOWERS
AND THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS THE WEST WITH PARTLY SUNNY SKIES ACROSS
THE EAST. AFTERNOON HIGHS WILL BE IN THE 80S AND 90S WEST WITH 90S
TO LOWER 100S ACROSS THE EAST.

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THE REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MONTANA WILL BE DISCONTINUED AFTER
SEPTEMBER 14, 2015. FOR QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS PLEASE CALL THE NWS
OFFICE IN GREAT FALLS AT 406-453-2081.

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