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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
315 PM MDT Wed Apr 25 2018

Today...High cloudiness was widespread ahead of a Canadian cold
front. However, mid level cloudiness with scattered rain and snow
showers developed behind the front as it moved southeast through
northwest and north central Montana. West winds also gusted to 35
mph ahead of the front, but similarly strong winds shifted to the
north behind the front.

At 3 pm...Temperatures had mostly warmed into the mid 50s and 60s
ahead of the front, but temperatures had cooled back into the upper
40s and lower 50s behind it. The coolest reading was 45 degrees near
Augusta, while the warm spot was Miles City at 70 degrees.

Overnight...Scattered rain and snow showers with a few thunderstorms
will move across central and southern Montana along and behind the
cold front this evening. Skies will gradually clear from the
northwest as winds decrease. Lows will range from the 20s in the
mountains to the 30s at lower elevations.

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