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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
320 PM MDT FRI JUL 25 2014

A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM OVER ALBERTA AND SASKATCHEWAN BROUGHT GUSTY
WESTERLY WINDS TO MOST OF NORTHERN MONTANA TODAY. GUSTS WERE MOSTLY
IN THE 30 TO 40 MPH RANGE...BUT GUSTS EXCEEDED 50 MPH AT TIMES ALONG
THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN FRONT. THE STRONGEST GUST SO FAR TODAY WAS 82 MPH
AT MIDNIGHT AT THE LOGAN PASS VISITORS CENTER IN GLACIER NATIONAL
PARK. WINDS WERE MUCH LIGHTER ACROSS SOUTHERN MONTANA. OVERALL...THE
STATE WAS MOSTLY SUNNY THROUGHOUT THE DAY WITH LOW RELATIVE
HUMIDITIES. TEMPERATURES MOSTLY WARMED THROUGH THE 70S.

AT 3 PM...SKIES REMAINED MOSTLY SUNNY ACROSS THE STATE. GUSTY WEST
WIND PERSISTED ACROSS NORTHERN MONTANA...WHILE WINDS WERE LIGHTER
ACROSS SOUTHERN MONTANA AND IN THE WESTERN MONTANA VALLEYS.
TEMPERATURES WERE MOSTLY IN THE 70S IN THE WEST AND IN THE 80S IN
THE EAST...RANGING FROM 72 AT EUREKA...RONAN...THOMPSON FALLS...AND
WEST YELLOWSTONE TO 88 AT MILES CITY.

OVERNIGHT...WINDS WILL DECREASE ACROSS THE STATE AND SKIES WILL
REMAIN MOSTLY CLEAR...WITH SCATTERED CLOUDS ALONG THE CANADIAN
BORDER. TEMPERATURES WILL MOSTLY COOL INTO THE MID 40S TO LOWER 50S
IN THE WEST AND INTO THE 50S IN THE EAST...BUT MID 30S TO MID 40S
ARE LIKELY IN THE MOUNTAINS.


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