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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Glasgow MT
1102 AM MDT Thu Apr 27 2017

Light rain and snow showers persisted this morning across much of
the western two thirds of the state. Skies were generally mostly
cloudy across much of the state, with only parts of far eastern
Montana seeing mostly clear to partly cloudy sky cover. Winds this
morning were quite variable in both direction and in speed, with
easterlies prevalent in the eastern third of the state, and
generally northerly to westerly winds in the western two thirds.
As for wind speeds, generally most locations reported 10-20 mph
winds, with the exception of parts of the southwest, where winds
were mostly light.

As of 10 am, temperatures across the state generally ranged from
the 20s to the 40s. The coldest location was at Mullan Pass, which
reported a temperature of 24 degrees. The warmest locations were
at Miles City and at Wolf Point, both of which reported 46
degrees.

For today, scattered showers will continue to spread from western
Montana into the central and southern parts of the state. Rain
showers during the day are expected to change to snow in most
locations overnight tonight. Temperatures will be on the cool side
for this time of year, with highs ranging from the 30s to mid
50s.

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weather.gov/glasgow



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