Area Forecast Discussion
Issued by NWS Glasgow, MT

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FXUS65 KGGW 130903

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Glasgow MT
303 AM MDT Mon Jul 13 2020


Radar and observations show lingering shower activity across
eastern CWA locations early this morning. Look for this to exit
into North Dakota over the next few hours. High resolution
ensemble data continue to support an isolated thunderstorm along
the Canadian border this afternoon. Otherwise the primary impacts
today for NE Montana will come from increasing west winds, thus, a
Lake Wind Advisory is in effect for Fort Peck Lake from 11 AM to 7

High pressure will guide drier weather conditions along with
seasonably warm temperatures for the middle portion of the week.
That said, ensemble guidance does suggest a return to a more
active pattern toward the upcoming weekend as a trough digs into
the Pacific Northwest and then subsequently translates eastward.



Although VFR conditions are expected to continue over area
terminals today, look for lingering showers exiting into North
Dakota this morning. In addition, an isolated thunderstorm is
possible this afternoon, though should remain north of area
terminals, or closer to the Canadian border. West winds will ramp
up today, ranging from 15 to 20 kts with occasional higher gusts
after 18Z.


Lake Wind Advisory from 11 AM this morning to 7 PM MDT this
evening For Fort Peck Lake for Central and Southeast Phillips...
Central and Southern Valley...Garfield...McCone...Petroleum.


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