Area Forecast Discussion
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FXUS65 KGGW 302107

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Glasgow MT
207 PM MST Mon Jan 30 2023

The arctic airmass is slowly pulling out of the area but for the
northeast corner, we have one more night of advisory level wind
chills. This includes the zones of northern Valley, Daniels,
Sheridan, Roosevelt and Richland counties.

Otherwise, temperatures will be the main focus through the period.

Positively tilted upper trough over the Dakotas this afternoon
will continue moving east allowing NW flow to be the main player
for our area. With mainly dry conditions look for a small warming
trend into Wednesday.

A cold front then brings a significant drop in temps for most of
the area Thursday. Temps may not reach 0 in Sheridan county.

Then a ridge that builds into the Pacific NW flattens, but finally
pushes into Montana Friday allowing temperatures to rise above
climate normals.

The mild conditions look to continue for awhile but there will be
a slight chance of snow Monday. TFJ


Flight Condition: VFR

Clouds will diminish into the evening hours with any snow flurries
also ending.

NW Winds will slowly diminish as well then increase from the West
once again Tuesday. TFJ


Wind Chill Advisory until 8 AM MST Tuesday for Daniels...Eastern
Roosevelt...Northern Valley...Richland...Sheridan...Western


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