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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT
11 AM MDT WED JUL 1 2015

IT WAS ANOTHER QUIET AND MILD NIGHT ACROSS THE BIG SKY STATE.
THERE WERE SEVERAL AREAS ACROSS THE NORTH AND THE EAST PORTIONS OF
THE STATE THAT EXPERIENCE REDUCED VISIBILITY IN EITHER SMOKE...FROM
CANADIAN FIRES...OR FOG...WHICH REDUCED VISIBILITY TO ONE QUARTER
OF A MILE IN AND AROUND BAKER.

LOW TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE STATE WERE MAINLY IN THE 50S AND
60S...WITH SOME 40S AT HIGHER ELEVATIONS. THE COOLEST TEMPERATURE
REPORTED WAS 46 DEGREES AT WEST YELLOWSTONE.

MOST OF THE TREASURE STATE WAS UNDER A PARTLY TO MOSTLY SUNNY SKY AT
10 AM THIS MORNING...WITH A FEW SHOWERS OVER NORTH CENTRAL
MONTANA...AND AREAS OF SMOKE THROUGHOUT MUCH OF THE NORTHERN PARTS
OF THE STATE. TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE MID 60S TO UPPER 70S FOR MOST
LOCATIONS...WITH WINDS GENERALLY 5 TO 15 MPH STATEWIDE.

IT WILL BE COOLER TODAY UNDER PARTLY SUNNY SKIES. HIGHS WILL BE IN
THE 80S AND LOW 90S FOR MOST AREAS...WITH SCATTERED SHOWERS AND
ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS EAST AND CENTRAL MONTANA THIS
AFTERNOON AND EVENING. SOME STORMS MAY BE SEVERE...ESPECIALLY IN
EASTERN MONTANA.

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WEATHER.GOV/GLASGOW






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