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Montana Weather Summary
National Weather Service Great Falls MT
340 PM MDT Sun May 31 2020

Partly cloudy skies and windy conditions prevailed across Central
and Eastern Montana today as a Pacific cold front swept through the
region. Meanwhile, locations west of The Continental Divide reported
mostly cloudy conditions. Earlier today, Western Montana saw a line
of strong to severe thunderstorms produce wind gusts as high as 78
mph with multiple reports of damage.

A wide range of high temperatures were reported across The Treasure
State Sunday afternoon. Behind the cold front, Western Montana
experience highs in the 50s and 60s. Central Montana reported highs
ranging from the upper 60s near Glacier park to the upper 80s over
the eastern plains. Finally, locations ahead of the front in Eastern
Montana saw highs ranging from the upper 70s north to the lower 100s
south. At 3 PM MDT, temperatures ranged from 60 at Kalispell to 91
at Jordan.

The forecast calls for scattered strong to severe thunderstorms
across Eastern Montana this evening while the remainder of the state
remains mostly dry. Western and Central Montana can expect to see
increasing clouds after midnight. Overnight lows will range from the
40s west to the upper 50s east, with 30s expected in the mountains.

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