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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
440 PM MDT Tue Aug 22 2017

Skies were mainly clear across the Treasure state this afternoon as
an upper level ridge of high pressure strengthened over the Northern
Rockies. Dry conditions prevailed with no precipitation observed and
relative humidity generally in the teens. Afternoon temperatures
warmed about 10 degrees from yesterdays values.

At 4 pm, temperatures across the state were mainly in the 80s. The
coolest location was West Yellowstone at 81 degrees, while
Helena and Livingston were the warmest at 90 degrees.

For tonight, mainly clear skies and dry conditions will prevail as
high pressure remains anchored over the Northern Rockies and
Montana. Low temperatures are generally expected to fall into the
40s to mid 50s. Winds will remain light and somewhat variable in
most areas.

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