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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Glasgow MT
1022 AM MDT Sun Apr 23 2017


A couple of disturbances moving across the region has brought
cloudy skies and light precipitation across much of the Treasure
State. Most of this has been in the form of rain, although
portions of northern Valley, Daniels, and Sheridan counties have
reported a light wintry mix this morning. Portions of north
central and southeast Montana are also seeing some patchy fog this
morning. Overnight lows across Montana ranged from the upper 20s
to the 40s, with a state low of 28 degrees reported at West
Yellowstone.

At 10 AM MDT, temperatures were generally in the 30s and 40s.
Extremes across the state ranged from 29 degrees at Scobey, to 53
degrees at Lewistown. Fog was reported at Baker and Cut Bank. Winds
were gusting to nearly 30 mph across north central and northeast
Montana.

For today, expect highs only reaching into the 40s over far
northeastern Montana, but making it into the 50s over much of the
rest of the state. Locations in south central and southeastern
Montana will see highs in the 60s. Rain showers are likely over
western and north central Montana. Scattered rain showers are
possible across the rest of the state, with isolated thunderstorms
over south central Montana.

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