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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
420 PM MDT WED OCT 1 2014

SKIES WERE PARTLY CLOUDY ACROSS THE TREASURE STATE WEDNESDAY
AFTERNOON, WITH ISOLATED LIGHT RAIN SHOWERS OVER THE EAST.
TEMPERATURES WERE MOST COMMONLY IN THE 50S. WEST YELLOWSTONE
REPORTED 45 DEGREES WHILE MILES CITY REACHED 63 DEGREES. IT WAS A
BREEZY AFTERNOON FOR MOST AREAS OF THE STATE AS WIND GUSTS
COMMONLY EXCEEDED 25 MPH.

A COLD FRONT DROPPING SOUTH FROM CANADA WILL PUSH THROUGH CENTRAL
AND EASTERN MONTANA ON THURSDAY. THE FRONT WILL PRODUCE SNOW ABOVE
5000 FEET IN THE NORTHERN ROCKIES AND THE LITTLE BELT MOUNTAINS.
RAIN COULD MIX WITH SNOW EARLY THURSDAY ACROSS THE CENTRAL PLAINS.
WINDS WILL INCREASE BEHIND THE FRONT WITH GUSTS TO NEAR 35 MPH. HIGH
TEMPERATURES ON THURSDAY WILL BE IN THE 40S AND 50S FOR MOST AREAS.

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