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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
320 PM MDT SAT AUG 1 2015

MOSTLY SUNNY AND HOT AND DRY CONDITIONS PREVAILED ACROSS MONTANA AT
MID-AFTERNOON. SCATTERED CLOUDS DEVELOPED ACROSS THE SOUTHWEST
HIGHER TERRAIN.

AT 3 PM MDT, TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM 100 AT WOLF POINT AND MILES
CITY TO 81 AT WEST YELLOWSTONE. HOT CONDITIONS WERE ACROSS THE STATE
WITH A TEMPERATURE OF 98 AT PLAINS. SOME AREAS WERE SEEING GUSTS
INTO THE 25 TO 30 MPH RANGE. THESE WERE IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN
MONTANA, EXTENDING WESTWARD TO THE NORTHERN ROCKY MOUNTAIN FRONT.
VERY DRY AIR PUSHED AFTERNOON RELATIVE HUMIDITIES BELOW 10 PERCENT.
FORT BENTON REPORTED A RELATIVE HUMIDITY OF 6 PERCENT AT 3 PM.

MAINLY CLEAR SKIES AND LIGHTER WINDS WILL CONTINUE TONIGHT. VERY
WARM AND DRY CONDITIONS CONTINUE THROUGH THE WEEKEND.

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