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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
330 PM MDT WED JUL 27 2016

Isolated showers and thunderstorms moved east out of Northeast
Montana late this morning, but a few storms redeveloped after noon
along the Rocky Mountain Front and over portions of Central Montana.
Brief heavy rain and small hail occurred with some storms, but the
strongest storm was in Musselshell County, where half dollar sized
hail fell. Skies were otherwise mostly sunny with generally light
winds.

At 3 pm...temperatures were mostly in the 70s in the east and in the
80s in the west. The cool spot was Chinook at 66 degrees in the wake
of a storm, and the warmest reading was 91 in Missoula.

overnight...scattered evening showers and thunderstorms will
decrease somewhat from the west, but a few storms may linger over
Eastern Montana after midnight. Again the main storm threat will be
gusty winds, hail, and brief heavy rain. Temperatures will mostly
fall into the 50s to lower 60s, but 40s are possible in the western
mountains.

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