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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
500 PM MDT Wed Jun 28 2017

An upper level disturbance over southern Alberta is moving southward
towards Montana tonight. As a result, showers and thunderstorms have
developed over much of the Treasure state this afternoon. Some of
the storms were severe over portions of eastern and southern
Montana. Hail up to half dollar size was reported near Whitehall,
with pea size hail was reported south of Grant. Wind gusts near
40 mph were common with storms that moved through the Bozeman area.

As of mid afternoon, temperatures were summer like across the state,
with most locations in the 70s and 80s. Billings had a rain shower
and was one of the cooler locations at 66 degrees...while it was 84
degrees in Jordan. As of 430 PM, scattered thunderstorms were common
across the state, with southern MT seeing the most activity.

For tonight, expect scattered showers and thunderstorms through the
night across the state. Some storms could be strong this evening.
Overnight lows will range from around 40 degrees in the west to the
upper 50s in the east.

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