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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
1255 PM MDT MON JUL 28 2014

...WINDY DAY IN NORTH CENTRAL MONTANA ON JULY 25 2014...

JULY 25TH WAS ONE OF THE WINDIER JULY DAYS IN MANY YEARS AT SOME
LOCATIONS IN NORTH CENTRAL MONTANA. AT LEWISTOWN, IT WAS THE
WINDIEST JULY DAY IN 46 YEARS. FOLLOWING IS A TABLE SHOWING THE
AVERAGE DAILY WIND SPEED AND THE LAST TIME IN JULY THAT A VALUE AS
HIGH WAS RECORDED.

LOCATION     AVG SPD   LAST DATE OF SPEED AT LEAST AS HIGH
CUT BANK     25.1 MPH     JULY 8, 2011 (27.3 MPH)
GREAT FALLS  20.7 MPH     JULY 3, 1994 (21.5 MPH)
HAVRE        21.6 MPH     JULY 8, 1999 (24.2 MPH)
LEWISTOWN    17.9 MPH*    JULY 30, 1968 (17.9 MPH)
 *THIS VALUE TIED FOR FIFTH HIGHEST OF ANY DATE IN JULY AT LEWISTOWN.


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