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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BILLINGS MT
418 AM MST FRI NOV 28 2014

STRONG WINDS WERE EXPERIENCED ALONG THE FOOTHILLS OF SOUTH
CENTRAL MONTANA THURSDAY NIGHT. WIND GUSTS TO 60 MPH WERE REPORTED
AT LIVINGSTON AND AROUND NYE...WITH 50 MPH AT RED LODGE. LIGHT
RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS MOVED OUT OF EASTERN MONTANA...WHILE RAIN
AND SNOW SHOWERS MOVED INTO THE WESTERN PART OF THE STATE.
TEMPERATURES WERE VERY MILD OVERNIGHT ACROSS ALL BUT NORTHEAST
MONTANA AS CLOUD COVER MOVED IN.

AT 4 AM MST...SOUTHWEST WINDS WERE GUSTING TO 39 MPH AT
LIVINGSTON. TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM A VERY MILD 53 DEGREES AT
LIVINGSTON...TO 19 AT WOLF POINT.

FOR TODAY...STRONG WINDS WILL CONTINUE ALONG THE FOOTHILLS OF
SOUTH CENTRAL MONTANA. STRONG WINDS WILL ALSO DEVELOP ALONG THE
HIGHLINE OF NORTHERN MONTANA. A FEW RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS ARE
EXPECTED OVER WESTERN MONTANA...OTHERWISE IT WILL BE MOSTLY
CLOUDY. HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL RANGE FROM THE MID 30S OVER
NORTHEAST MONTANA...TO MID 50S OVER SOUTH CENTRAL.

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