299  
FXUS65 KGGW 222133  
AFDGGW  
 
AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION  
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT  
233 PM MST THU FEB 22 2024  
   
DISCUSSION
 
 
RELATIVELY TRANQUIL INTO SUNDAY, THEN AN ARCTIC AIRMASS MOVES IN  
MONDAY FOR A COLD SNAP ON TUESDAY. THEN A RETURN TO ABOVE NORMAL  
TEMPS LATE NEXT WEEK.  
 
A STATIONARY FRONT POSITIONED NW TO SE JUST NE OF THE CWA WILL  
KEEP NORTHEAST MONTANA RELATIVELY MILD TONIGHT WITH DECREASING  
CLOUDS. FOG IS A SMALL POSSIBILITY FOR TONIGHT IN THE MISSOURI  
RIVER VALLEY BUT WINDS LOOK TOO STRONG OFF THE SURFACE TO MAKE IT  
A SIGNIFICANT WIDESPREAD CONCERN.  
 
THE FRONT WILL DRIFT TO OUR EAST TOMORROW ALLOWING MORE MILD AIR  
TO MOVE IN ON WEST WINDS. LOOK FOR TEMPS TO REBOUND TO ABOUT 20  
DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL.  
 
THEN A WEAK COLD FRONT DROPS IN SATURDAY THAT WILL BRING IN CLOUDS  
AND SLIGHTLY COOLER TEMPS.  
 
A FAST MOVING DISTURBANCE LOOKS TO BRING IN SOME RAIN AND OR SNOW  
SATURDAY NIGHT WITH UNSETTLED CONDITIONS EXPECTED INTO EARLY NEXT  
WEEK AS A DEEP UPPER TROUGH DROPS INTO THE PACIFIC NW SUNDAY NIGHT  
& MONDAY.  
 
TUESDAY WILL BE THE COLDEST DAY WITH WIND CHILLS APPROACHING  
ADVISORY CRITERIA NEAR THE CANADIAN BORDER.  
 
THE PROGRESSIVE PATTERN BRINGS BACK AN UPPER RIDGE TO THE AREA  
WEDNESDAY THAT WILL ALLOW THINGS TO WARM INTO THE END OF THE  
WEEK. TFJ  
 

 
   
AVIATION
 
 
UPDATED: 2130Z  
 
FLIGHT CATEGORY: VFR  
 
LLWS: EXPECT LLWS TONIGHT IN SOME AREAS WITH STRONG WINDS OFF THE  
SURFACE FROM 300 DEGREES.  
 
DISCUSSION: EXPECT AFTERNOON WEST TO NW WINDS TO INCREASE INTO  
SATURDAY. THERE IS A SMALL CHANCE (LESS THAN 20%) THAT PATCHY FOG  
COULD REFORM BY FRIDAY MORNING AT KOLF. TFJ  
 

 
   
GLASGOW WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES
 
NONE.  
 

 
 

 
 
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