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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BILLINGS MT
443 AM MDT THU OCT 23 2014

HIGH PRESSURE ALOFT RESULTED IN DRY CONDITIONS ACROSS CENTRAL AND
EASTERN MONTANA THROUGH THE NIGHT. A MOIST PACIFIC FLOW BROUGHT
SOME LIGHT SHOWERS TO WESTERN MONTANA. SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLEAR IN
FAR EASTERN PARTS OF THE STATE...BUT INCREASING CLOUD COVER WAS
OBSERVED IN CENTRAL PARTS DUE TO THE PACIFIC FLOW.

TEMPERATURES AT 4 AM RANGED FROM THE UPPER 20S TO MID 50S. IT WAS
28 AT JORDAN...43 AT DILLON...53 AT LIVINGSTON AND 57 DEGREES AT
HAVRE.

NIGHTTIME WINDS WERE GUSTY ALONG THE EASTERN SLOPES OF THE
MOUNTAINS. GUSTS IN EXCESS OF 40 MPH WERE REPORTED AT LIVINGSTON.
WINDS WERE MUCH LIGHTER ELSEWHERE.

MOIST PACIFIC FLOW WILL BRING PRECIPITATION IN THE FORM OF VALLEY
RAIN AND MOUNTAIN SNOW TO WESTERN MONTANA TODAY. IT WILL BE WARM
AND BREEZY ACROSS THE EAST...WITH STRONGEST WINDS ALONG THE
EASTERN SLOPES OF THE MOUNTAINS.

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