250  
AWUS85 KGGW 211624  
RWSMT  
 
MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY  
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT  
1024 AM MDT SAT OCT 21 2017  
 
A COLD FRONT MOVED THROUGH EASTERN MONTANA LAST NIGHT, USHERING  
IN SCATTERED SHOWERS AND STRONG GUSTY WINDS ACROSS THE STATE. A  
WIND GUST OF 60 MPH ALONG HIGHWAY 200 AT THE LINDSAY DIVIDE, AS  
WELL AS A WIND GUST OF 59 MPH AT BILLINGS, OCCURRED LAST EVENING.  
THIS MORNING, SCATTERED LIGHT SHOWERS WERE CONTINUING ACROSS  
EASTERN MONTANA, BUT SHOULD EXIT THE AREA BY EARLY AFTERNOON.  
 
RAINFALL AMOUNTS OVER THE LAST 24 HOURS HAVE GENERALLY BEEN VERY  
LIGHT, ALTHOUGH 0.28 INCHES WAS RECORDED NEAR FORT BELKNAP. IN  
ADDITION, 0.7 INCHES OF SNOW FELL AT THE WEST YELLOWSTONE GATE.  
OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE MID 20S TO THE MID 40S,  
WITH A STATE LOW OF 23 DEGREES AT WEST YELLOWSTONE AND AT THE  
WEST YELLOWSTONE GATE.  
 
AT 10 AM, TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE UPPER 20S SOUTHWEST TO THE  
UPPER 40S EAST. THE COLD SPOT WAS WEST YELLOWSTONE AT 27 DEGREES,  
AND THE WARM SPOT WAS LAUREL AT 50 DEGREES.  
 
HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD INTO MONTANA FROM THE WEST TODAY  
BRINGING MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES AND WINDY CONDITIONS. HOWEVER, THERE  
WILL BE A CHANCE OF RAIN AND SNOW WEST OF THE DIVIDE. HIGH  
TEMPERATURES WILL BE IN THE 50S, WITH 30S AND 40S WEST OF THE  
DIVIDE.  
 

 
 
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