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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Glasgow MT
1015 AM MST Wed Nov 22 2017

The morning across the Treasure state dawned with some persistent
strong and gusty winds off the higher elevations across some central
locations. Peak wind gusts at or above 60 mph occured for several
hours this morning on the lee side of the Little Rockies near
Zortman. Skies are partly to mostly cloudy with diminishing
rain showers near the western and southern portions of the state.

Warming temperatures today will range from the mid 60s over the
central portions, to around 40 degrees in the northeast corner. By
this afternoon, winds will begin to diminish significantly over
northeast Montana, but will remain quite gusty over the higher
elevations of western and central Montana.

For Thanksgiving Day, expect the warmest temperatures this region
has seen for quite some time. Many locations may set new high
temperature records. Thursday night, a cool front and a few rain
showers are expected to spread through the state.

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weather.gov/glasgow


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