Area Forecast Discussion
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Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Glasgow MT
305 PM MDT Sun Aug 25 2019

.DISCUSSION...
An upper trough is moving east across the area with a disturbance
now over north-central Montana. The WNW flow will move this
disturbance ESE across the western zones this evening and into the
SE zones later tonight. A tenth to two-tenths of an inch can be
expected in this swath.

Another disturbance in the NW flow will keep the chance of
showers going late Monday. NW flow will be in place and will mix a
bit to the surface possibly bringing strong enough winds for
rough conditions on Fort Peck Lake.

Overnight temperatures are expected to sink into the 40s most
places starting Monday Night.

A weak upper ridge then moves in mid-week for a day warm-up
before another cool front drops in Wednesday Night. This will drop
temperatures back below normal but normal temperatures are
expected to return late next weekend. TFJ

&&

.AVIATION...
Generally VFR conditions are expected tonight over area
terminals, though brief reductions in CIGS and VSYBS are possible
with showers and thunderstorms at times through tonight,
especially along and south of the Missouri River.

Winds will be northwest at 5 to 15 kts with an increase Monday
afternoon. TFJ

&&

.GLASGOW WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...NONE.

&&

$$

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