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MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT
11 AM MDT THU JUL 31 2014

A FEW LINGERING SHOWERS COULD BE FOUND OVER PARTS OF EASTERN
MONTANA. MEANWHILE...MID LEVEL CLOUDS CONTINUED TO STREAM ACROSS THE
CENTRAL PORTION OF MONTANA. THE 24 HOUR MAX TEMP OF 101 DEGREES WAS
REPORTED AT LIBBY DAM. THE 24 HOUR MIN TEMP OF 37 WAS REPORTED AT
WEST YELLOWSTONE. THE MAXIMUM PRECIPITATION OF 0.27 INCHES WAS
REPORTED AT WESTBY.

AT 10 AM...TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM 66 DEGREES AT BUTTE TO 86
DEGREES AT WOLF POINT. SKIES WERE GENERALLY SUNNY WITH THE
EXCEPTION OF CENTRAL AND EASTERN PORTIONS OF THE STATE UNDER PARTLY
CLOUDY SKIES.

ISOLATED TO SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE EXPECTED ACROSS THE
WESTERN MOUNTAINS TODAY...WITH A SLIGHT CHANCE ALONG THE NORTH
DAKOTA BORDER. HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL BE MAINLY IN THE 90S...AND
MAY APPROACH THE CENTURY MARK IN THE NORTH CENTRAL SECTION AROUND
HAVRE.

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