Area Forecast Discussion
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Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Glasgow MT
931 PM MDT Sat Mar 24 2018

A weak weather disturbance is moving across east central and
northeast Montana this evening, producing very light rain showers.
The system is forecast to move east into the Dakotas by Sunday
Morning. Breezy West southwest winds are forecast to develop
behind the trough later tonight and into Sunday afternoon before
beginning to decrease.

Snow melt to continued aid in the redevelopment of low cloud and
areas of fog and freezing fog tonight mainly over the northern

Previous Discussion:
Upper trof moves through the region over the
next few days for continued mild temperatures. Some energy in the
base of the trof could bring some precipitation to southern
Montana on Sunday night. Flow turns northwest behind the trof, for
unsettled but cooler weather. Ebert &&


Expected Flight Category: Patchy MVFR TO IFR conditions possible
after midnight due to fog develop around or after midnight.

A weak disturbance and trough is forecast to move across NE MT
overnight tonight. Isold -RS showers overnight ending by around
09z. Possible pockets of --FZRA primarily Daniels, Sheridan, and
portions of Roosevelt overnight tonight.

Winds:Ahead of the trough winds are forecast from the
WSW then shifting to the WNW overnight 5-15kts with gust from

Flood Watch through Monday afternoon for Garfield.

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