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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
440 PM MDT Sat Apr 29 2017

A passing disturbance continued the scattered showers over Montana
west of the Continental Divide through the day. However, it also
caused scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms to form over
Central Montana east of Interstate 15 during the afternoon. Overall,
precipitation amounts were fairly light. Eastern Montana remained
mostly sunny. Winds were mostly light and out of the west to
southwest, gusting at times to 25 mph.

At 4 PM...temperatures had generally warmed into the 50s, ranging
from 45 at West Yellowstone to 61 in Wolf Point.

Overnight...Showers will decrease this evening over the plains and
Eastern Montana will remain mostly clear. However, clouds and
showers will increase throughout the night over Western Montana, and
clouds will also spread east over Central Montana. Light south to
southwest winds will also be common, as temperatures fall into the
30s.

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