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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
400 PM MDT Mon Aug 21 2017

Skies were mainly clear across the treasure state this afternoon with
just a few high level clouds moving across the state while scattered
cumulus developed across central and eastern portions of the state.
Dry conditions prevailed with no precipitation observed and relative
humidity generally in the upper teens to mid 20 percent range.

At 3 pm, temperatures across the state were mainly in the 70s. The
coolest locations were West Yellowstone and Cut Bank at 73 degrees,
while Miles City was the warmest at 80 degrees.

For tonight, mainly clear skies and dry conditions will prevail as
high pressure strengthens across the northern Rockies and Montana.
Low temperatures are generally expected to fall into the 40s to mid
50s. Winds will remain light and somewhat variable in most
areas.

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