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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT
11 AM MDT FRI JUL 25 2014

SKIES CLEARED ACROSS THE TREASURE STATE OVERNIGHT BEHIND A COLD
FRONT AND VIGOROUS WEATHER DISTURBANCE WHICH MOVED EAST OUT OF THE
STATE BY LATE EVENING. GUSTY WEST WINDS 15 TO 25 MPH COULD BE FOUND
IN A FEW SPOTS ALONG THE FRONT RANGE AND IN THE SOUTHEAST...BUT
ELSEWHERE WINDS HAD DROPPED BELOW 10 MPH. LOW TEMPERATURES WERE A
BIT COOLER BEHIND THE FRONT WITH READINGS MAINLY IN THE 40S AND
50S...ALONG WITH SOME 30S AT HIGHER ELEVATIONS. WEST YELLOWSTONE WAS
AGAIN THE COLDEST REPORTING STATION WITH 31 DEGREES.

MOST OF MONTANA REMAINED UNDER A MOSTLY SUNNY SKY THIS MORNING AT 10
AM...WITH 50S AND 60S FOR MOST AREAS ALONG AND WEST OF THE
DIVIDE...AND IN THE 60S AND 70S FOR AREAS EAST OF THE DIVIDE

REST OF TODAY...MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES ARE EXPECTED OVER THE ENTIRE
STATE WITH COOLER CONDITIONS...ESPECIALLY RELATIVE TO THE TRIPLE
DIGIT READINGS IN THE EAST YESTERDAY. LOOK FOR HIGH TEMPERATURES TO
RANGE FROM MID 70S WEST TO UPPER 80S IN THE EAST.

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WEATHER.GOV/GLASGOW





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