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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Glasgow MT
1110 AM MDT Tue Mar 28 2017

A weak frontal system brought continued light rain to the eastern
third of the state this morning. Areas of fog in the mountain
valleys in the west and in parts of the northeast were reported as
well. Skies were mostly cloudy across the eastern and western
thirds of the state, with the central portion of the state seeing
mostly clear to partly cloudy skies. Winds were generally light
and variable in the east and west this morning, but along the
front range, many locations reported west to southwest winds at
15-25 mph with gusts to near 30 mph.

As of 10 am, temperatures across the state ranged from the mid 20s
to the upper 40s. The coldest location was at Mullan Pass, which
reported a temperature of 26 degrees. The warmest location was at
Baker, which reported 49 degrees.

For today, showers will continue to move east through the day
ending by the afternoon in the eastern third of the state, while
chances for light showers will increase in the west. Otherwise,
most of the state should remain dry. Skies will generally be
mostly cloudy in the west and east, and mostly clear to partly
cloudy in the central third. Afternoon high temperatures will
generally range from the 40s to near 60 degrees.

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weather.gov/glasgow



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