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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
340 PM MDT SUN APR 20 2014

RAIN SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED ACROSS WESTERN... SOUTHWEST
AND CENTRAL MONTANA ON TUESDAY AFTERNOON WITH A PASSING COLD FRONT.
ISOLATED WIND GUSTS OVER 50 MPH WERE OBSERVED WITH A FEW OF THESE
THUNDERSTORMS. SKIES REMAINED MOSTLY CLEAR ACROSS EASTERN MONTANA.
AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE 40S AND 50S FOR WESTERN MONTANA
WITH 60S AND 70S FURTHER EAST.

A STRONG PACIFIC COLD FRONT WILL MOVE ACROSS THE STATE TUESDAY
EVENING. RAIN WILL SPREAD OVER CENTRAL AND NORTHEAST MONTANA
OVERNIGHT. SNOW LEVELS WILL DROP OVERNIGHT...ALLOWING RAIN TO MIX
WITH AND CHANGE TO SNOW DOWN TO ELEVATIONS AROUND 4000 FEET. STRONG
WINDS WILL DEVELOP BEHIND THE FRONT...WITH GUSTS OF 40 TO 60 MPH
ACROSS PORTIONS OF THE CENTRAL AND EASTERN MONTANA. HIGH
TEMPERATURES ON WEDNESDAY WILL RANGE FROM THE 40S IN THE WEST TO
NEAR 60 IN THE SOUTHEAST.

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