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Montana Weather Summary

National Weather Service Great Falls MT 

440 PM MDT Sun Jun 17 2018

Today...The weather system over the western United States kept skies 

cloudy over the western and southern portions of the Treasure State. 

Scattered showers moved north and east through southwest and south 

central Montana this morning. Another round of showers and 

thunderstorms then moved into the southwest this afternoon. In the 

northeast, mostly sunny skies became mostly cloudy throughout the 

afternoon. Winds were generally breezy and easterly, but they gusted 

to 35 mph at times through some favored valleys across the west.

At 4 pm...Temperatures ranged from the 50s in the southwest and 

central portions of the state through the 60s north and east of that 

area. The cool spot was West Yellowstone at 50 degrees, while the 

warmest reading was 75 degrees at Wolf Point.

Overnight...Numerous showers with isolated thunderstorms will spread 

north and east over western and southern Montana, increasing the 

potential for minor flooding. Northeast Montana will remain dry for 

now. Winds will also continue to be breezy and easterly. Lows will 

be mild and mostly in the 50s, but 40s are likely in the mountains.