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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
420 PM MDT Fri Jun 23 2017

High pressure at the surface with a northwest flow aloft combined to
keep skies partly sunny with breezy northwest winds east of the
Rockies, with a few light showers developing over the ridgelines.
Winds also gusted to 30 mph at times in Eastern Montana. Areas west
of the Continental Divide and in Southwest Montana remained mostly
sunny with light winds. Overall, temperatures were about 5 degrees
below normal.

At 4 pm...temperatures had mostly warmed into the mid 60s to lower
70s, ranging from 63 at Plentywood to 75 at Eureka and Missoula.

Overnight...Clouds, winds, and any lingering showers should diminish
as the airmass stabilizes. Most areas will have lows in the 40s, but
temperatures will likely fall into the 30s in the mountains.

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