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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
415 PM MDT MON MAY 25 2015

TWO WEATHER SYSTEMS BROUGHT ISOLATED TO SCATTERED SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS TO MUCH OF MONTANA TODAY. THE SYSTEM EXITING TO THE
EAST OVER THE CENTRAL PLAINS BROUGHT STORMS TO SOUTHEAST MONTANA.
THE OTHER SYSTEM OVER THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST BROUGHT STORMS TO MUCH
OF WESTERN MONTANA. HOWEVER...NORTH CENTRAL AND NORTHEAST MONTANA
REMAINED DRY AND PARTLY CLOUDY. OVERALL...WINDS WERE RELATIVELY
LIGHT.

AT 4 PM...TEMPERATURES HAD WARMED MOSTLY INTO THE 60S ACROSS WESTERN
AND SOUTHERN PARTS OF THE STATE...WHILE 70S WERE COMMON IN NORTHEAST
MONTANA. THE COOL SPOT IN THE STATE WAS WEST YELLOWSTONE AT 55
DEGREES...WHILE THE WARMEST READING WAS 78 AT GLASGOW AND MALTA.

OVERNIGHT...SCATTERED SHOWERS WITH EVENING THUNDERSTORMS WILL SPREAD
EAST ACROSS WESTERN MONTANA INTO CENTRAL MONTANA. THE STORMS IN
EASTERN MONTANA WILL DECREASE AND MOVE EAST OUT OF THE AREA DURING
THE EVENING...ALLOWING PATCHY FOG TO FORM. WINDS WILL REMAIN FAIRLY
LIGHT AND TEMPERATURES WILL GENERALLY FALL INTO THE 40S.

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WEATHER.GOV/GREATFALLS


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