756  
AWUS85 KTFX 242146  
RWSMT  
 
MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY  
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT  
345 PM MDT SAT JUN 23 2017  
 
SCATTERED AFTERNOON SHOWERS AND EVEN A FEW ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS  
HAVE DEVELOPED EAST OF THE CONTINENTAL DIVIDE, IN RESPONSE TO  
CONTINUED NORTHWEST FLOW ALOFT. THESE SHOWERS AND STORMS HAVE BEEN  
PRODUCING LITTLE IN THE WAY RAINFALL. IN ADDITION TO THE SHOWERS AND  
STORMS, BRISK NORTH TO NORTHWEST WINDS WERE BEING FELT ACROSS  
NORTHEAST AND SOUTHEAST MONTANA. ACROSS THESE REGIONS, WINDS WERE  
SUSTAINED AT 15 TO 20 MPH WITH GUSTS APPROACHING 30 MPH.  
 
AS OF 3PM, TEMPERATURES ACROSS MONTANA GENERALLY RANGED FROM THE MID  
60S TO UPPER 70S. THE COOLEST LOCATIONS IN THE STATE WERE THE N BAR  
RANCH AND PLENTYWOOD AT 66 DEGREES, AND THE WARMEST LOCATION WAS  
EUREKA AT 79 DEGREES.  
 
FOR TONIGHT, A WIDE RANGE OF LOW TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED ACROSS  
THE STATE OF MONTANA, WITH READINGS RANGING FROM THE MID 30S TO LOW  
50S. ELEVATIONS ABOVE FIVE THOUSAND FEET AND AREAS ACROSS NORTHEAST  
MONTANA WILL SEE THE COOLEST TEMPERATURES, WITH THE VALLEY'S ACROSS  
WESTERN AND SOUTH CENTRAL MONTANA BEING THE WARMEST. WINDS ARE  
EXPECTED TO BECOME LIGHT AND VARIABLE, BENEATH GENERALLY CLEARING  
SKIES.  
 

 
 
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