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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
300 PM MST SUN NOV 23 2014

A NORTHWEST FLOW OVER THE STATE KEPT SKIES MOSTLY CLEAR OVER THE
CENTRAL PLAINS. THE EASTERN PLAIN WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY DUE TO A LOW
PRESSURE TROUGH CENTERED OVER NORTH DAKOTA. AN APPROACHING PACIFIC
DISTURBANCE CAUSED SNOW SHOWERS AND MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES OVER WESTERN
MONTANA. WEST TO SOUTHWEST WINDS WERE STRONG OVER THE NORTHERN ROCKY
MOUNTAIN FRONT, CENTRAL AND EASTERN PLAINS. TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE
UPPER 30`S TO LOW 40`S FOR MUCH OF THE REGION.

UNSETTLED WEATHER CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE TONIGHT AS AN ACTIVE
NORTHWEST FLOW REMAINS OVER THE REGION. PACIFIC MOISTURE WILL BRING
PRECIPITATION TO THE WESTERN AND CENTRAL MOUNTAINS THIS EVENING AND
TONIGHT. THE EASTERN PLAINS WILL HAVE SOME CLEARING AHEAD OF THE
DISTURBANCE APPROACHING THE REGION. TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED TO BE
NEAR SEASONAL AVERAGES FOR MUCH OF THE STATE.

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