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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
420 PM MDT FRI APR 18 2014

A FAST MOVING WEATHER SYSTEM CAUSED SCATTERED SHOWERS AND ISOLATED
THUNDERSHOWERS ACROSS WESTERN AND CENTRAL MONTANA ON FRIDAY
AFTERNOON. A MORE WIDESPREAD AREA OF LIGHT RAIN WAS MOVING THROUGH
NORTHEAST MONTANA AHEAD OF THE PASSING SYSTEM. LOW PRESSURE IN
SOUTHERN ALBERTA CAUSED STRONG GUSTY WINDS ACROSS
NORTHWEST...CENTRAL AND SOUTHWEST MONTANA. WIND GUSTS COMMONLY
EXCEEDED 40 MPH...WITH ISOLATED GUSTS TO NEAR 60 MPH.

AT 4PM...TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM 73 AT BAKER TO 37 AT LEWISTOWN.
MOST AREAS WERE IN THE UPPER 40S AND 50S...WITH 60S IN SOUTHWEST
MONTANA.

WINDS WILL DECREASE OVERNIGHT AS HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS OVER THE
REGION. EXPECT FAIR WEATHER STATEWIDE ON SATURDAY...WITH HIGH
TEMPERATURES IN THE 50S AND 60S.

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