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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
320 PM MDT SUN SEP 30 2014

MOISTURE WRAPPING AROUND A STORM SYSTEM OVER THE DAKOTAS BROUGHT
NUMEROUS SHOWERS TO THE NORTH DAKOTA BORDER AREA DURING THE
AFTERNOON. ELSEWHERE ACROSS THE STATE...SHOWERS WERE MORE SCATTERED
WITH A FEW WEAK THUNDERSTORMS. MOST OF THE SHOWERS HAD PRODUCED
BETWEEN 0.10 AND 0.20 INCHES OF RAINFALL SO FAR. WESTERLY WINDS
INCREASED TO MOSTLY 10 TO 20 MPH ACROSS THE STATE...WITH GUSTS IN
EXCESS OF 30 MPH AT TIMES ALONG THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN FRONT.

AT 3 PM...TEMPERATURES WARMED MOSTLY INTO THE 50S TO LOWER
60S...RANGING FROM 43 AT WEST YELLOWSTONE TO 66 AT
CHINOOK...HAVRE...AND JORDAN.

OVERNIGHT...SCATTERED SHOWERS WILL CONTINUE ACROSS THE STATE.
LOWERING SNOW LEVELS WILL CAUSE BETWEEN 1 AND 3 INCHES OF SNOW TO
FALL IN THE MOUNTAINS OF WESTERN AND SOUTHWEST MONTANA ABOVE 6500
FEET. WESTERLY WINDS WILL GRADUALLY DECREASE ACROSS WESTERN
MONTANA...BUT WINDS GUSTING UP TO 30 MPH WILL BE POSSIBLE IN THE
EAST THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT. OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL MOSTLY FALL INTO THE
40S AT LOWER ELEVATIONS...WITH 20S AND 30S LIKELY AT HIGHER
ELEVATIONS.

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