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NZUS01 KTFX 020905
RWSGTF
MTZ008>015-044>055-022200-
REGIONAL WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS
300 AM MDT THU OCT 2 2014

With a Canadian cold front moving southward through the region
today...expect scattered rain and snow showers mainly this morning
over much of North Central MT...with scattered rain showers possible
mainly east of a Helena to Bozeman line this afternoon. Temperatures
will be cooler today...with highs in the 40s over the north and in
the 50s in the Southwest. An upper level ridge of high pressure will
then build over the region starting on Friday and last into early
next week. Expect afternoon temperatures to climb back into the 60s
and 70s for Friday thru Wednesday...with little to no precipitation
expected.

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000
AWUS85 KTFX 012222
RWSMT

MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
420 PM MDT WED OCT 1 2014

SKIES WERE PARTLY CLOUDY ACROSS THE TREASURE STATE WEDNESDAY
AFTERNOON, WITH ISOLATED LIGHT RAIN SHOWERS OVER THE EAST.
TEMPERATURES WERE MOST COMMONLY IN THE 50S. WEST YELLOWSTONE
REPORTED 45 DEGREES WHILE MILES CITY REACHED 63 DEGREES. IT WAS A
BREEZY AFTERNOON FOR MOST AREAS OF THE STATE AS WIND GUSTS
COMMONLY EXCEEDED 25 MPH.

A COLD FRONT DROPPING SOUTH FROM CANADA WILL PUSH THROUGH CENTRAL
AND EASTERN MONTANA ON THURSDAY. THE FRONT WILL PRODUCE SNOW ABOVE
5000 FEET IN THE NORTHERN ROCKIES AND THE LITTLE BELT MOUNTAINS.
RAIN COULD MIX WITH SNOW EARLY THURSDAY ACROSS THE CENTRAL PLAINS.
WINDS WILL INCREASE BEHIND THE FRONT WITH GUSTS TO NEAR 35 MPH. HIGH
TEMPERATURES ON THURSDAY WILL BE IN THE 40S AND 50S FOR MOST AREAS.

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WEATHER.GOV/GREATFALLS






000
AWUS85 KTFX 012222
RWSMT

MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
420 PM MDT WED OCT 1 2014

SKIES WERE PARTLY CLOUDY ACROSS THE TREASURE STATE WEDNESDAY
AFTERNOON, WITH ISOLATED LIGHT RAIN SHOWERS OVER THE EAST.
TEMPERATURES WERE MOST COMMONLY IN THE 50S. WEST YELLOWSTONE
REPORTED 45 DEGREES WHILE MILES CITY REACHED 63 DEGREES. IT WAS A
BREEZY AFTERNOON FOR MOST AREAS OF THE STATE AS WIND GUSTS
COMMONLY EXCEEDED 25 MPH.

A COLD FRONT DROPPING SOUTH FROM CANADA WILL PUSH THROUGH CENTRAL
AND EASTERN MONTANA ON THURSDAY. THE FRONT WILL PRODUCE SNOW ABOVE
5000 FEET IN THE NORTHERN ROCKIES AND THE LITTLE BELT MOUNTAINS.
RAIN COULD MIX WITH SNOW EARLY THURSDAY ACROSS THE CENTRAL PLAINS.
WINDS WILL INCREASE BEHIND THE FRONT WITH GUSTS TO NEAR 35 MPH. HIGH
TEMPERATURES ON THURSDAY WILL BE IN THE 40S AND 50S FOR MOST AREAS.

$$
WEATHER.GOV/GREATFALLS







000
NZUS01 KTFX 012206
RWSGTF
MTZ008>015-044>055-021300-
REGIONAL WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS
400 PM MDT WED OCT 1 2014

A cold front advancing south from Canada will bring another round of
rain and snow to North Central and Central Montana late tonight. Two
to four inches of snow are possible in the mountains...and up to an
inch over the northern Plains. High temperatures Thursday will be in
the lower 40s for much of the North Central Plains. Fair weather
will prevail for the southwest where highs will be in the low to mid
50s.  High pressure is still expected to reside over the region this
weekend...allowing for warmer and drier conditions for Friday
through Sunday.

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000
NZUS01 KTFX 010921
RWSGTF
MTZ008>015-044>055-012200-
REGIONAL WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS
330 AM MDT WED OCT 1 2014

Cool temperatures and partly cloudy skies...with isolated showers
will affect the region today. However...a stronger disturbance will
bring another round of rain and snow to North Central and Central
Montana late night through Thursday...with 1 to 3 inches of snow
possible in the mountains...and up to an inch over the northern
Plains. Gusty northerly winds will create a wind chill in the 20s in
many areas. High pressure is still expected to reside over the
region this weekend...allowing for warmer and drier conditions for
Friday through Sunday.

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000
AWUS85 KTFX 302125
RWSMT

MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
320 PM MDT SUN SEP 30 2014

MOISTURE WRAPPING AROUND A STORM SYSTEM OVER THE DAKOTAS BROUGHT
NUMEROUS SHOWERS TO THE NORTH DAKOTA BORDER AREA DURING THE
AFTERNOON. ELSEWHERE ACROSS THE STATE...SHOWERS WERE MORE SCATTERED
WITH A FEW WEAK THUNDERSTORMS. MOST OF THE SHOWERS HAD PRODUCED
BETWEEN 0.10 AND 0.20 INCHES OF RAINFALL SO FAR. WESTERLY WINDS
INCREASED TO MOSTLY 10 TO 20 MPH ACROSS THE STATE...WITH GUSTS IN
EXCESS OF 30 MPH AT TIMES ALONG THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN FRONT.

AT 3 PM...TEMPERATURES WARMED MOSTLY INTO THE 50S TO LOWER
60S...RANGING FROM 43 AT WEST YELLOWSTONE TO 66 AT
CHINOOK...HAVRE...AND JORDAN.

OVERNIGHT...SCATTERED SHOWERS WILL CONTINUE ACROSS THE STATE.
LOWERING SNOW LEVELS WILL CAUSE BETWEEN 1 AND 3 INCHES OF SNOW TO
FALL IN THE MOUNTAINS OF WESTERN AND SOUTHWEST MONTANA ABOVE 6500
FEET. WESTERLY WINDS WILL GRADUALLY DECREASE ACROSS WESTERN
MONTANA...BUT WINDS GUSTING UP TO 30 MPH WILL BE POSSIBLE IN THE
EAST THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT. OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL MOSTLY FALL INTO THE
40S AT LOWER ELEVATIONS...WITH 20S AND 30S LIKELY AT HIGHER
ELEVATIONS.

$$

WEATHER.GOV/GREATFALLS






000
AWUS85 KTFX 302125
RWSMT

MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
320 PM MDT SUN SEP 30 2014

MOISTURE WRAPPING AROUND A STORM SYSTEM OVER THE DAKOTAS BROUGHT
NUMEROUS SHOWERS TO THE NORTH DAKOTA BORDER AREA DURING THE
AFTERNOON. ELSEWHERE ACROSS THE STATE...SHOWERS WERE MORE SCATTERED
WITH A FEW WEAK THUNDERSTORMS. MOST OF THE SHOWERS HAD PRODUCED
BETWEEN 0.10 AND 0.20 INCHES OF RAINFALL SO FAR. WESTERLY WINDS
INCREASED TO MOSTLY 10 TO 20 MPH ACROSS THE STATE...WITH GUSTS IN
EXCESS OF 30 MPH AT TIMES ALONG THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN FRONT.

AT 3 PM...TEMPERATURES WARMED MOSTLY INTO THE 50S TO LOWER
60S...RANGING FROM 43 AT WEST YELLOWSTONE TO 66 AT
CHINOOK...HAVRE...AND JORDAN.

OVERNIGHT...SCATTERED SHOWERS WILL CONTINUE ACROSS THE STATE.
LOWERING SNOW LEVELS WILL CAUSE BETWEEN 1 AND 3 INCHES OF SNOW TO
FALL IN THE MOUNTAINS OF WESTERN AND SOUTHWEST MONTANA ABOVE 6500
FEET. WESTERLY WINDS WILL GRADUALLY DECREASE ACROSS WESTERN
MONTANA...BUT WINDS GUSTING UP TO 30 MPH WILL BE POSSIBLE IN THE
EAST THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT. OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL MOSTLY FALL INTO THE
40S AT LOWER ELEVATIONS...WITH 20S AND 30S LIKELY AT HIGHER
ELEVATIONS.

$$

WEATHER.GOV/GREATFALLS







000
NZUS01 KTFX 302058
RWSGTF
MTZ008>015-044>055-011200-
REGIONAL WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS
250 PM MDT TUE SEP 30 2014

A disturbance will keep scattered showers across much of north
central and southwest Montana tonight, with 1 to 3 inches of snow
possible in the mountains of central and southwest Montana. Shower
activity will then decrease somewhat from the northwest on Wednesday
as the disturbance exits the area. However, another disturbance will
bring another round of showers to north central and central Montana
Wednesday night into Thursday, with 1 to 3 inches of snow possible
for those mountains. Showers along the plains and in the valleys
will mostly remain in the form of rain during this time. High
pressure will then bring warmer and drier conditions through the
weekend.

$$








000
NZUS01 KTFX 300927
RWSGTF
MTZ008>015-044>055-302200-
REGIONAL WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS
330 AM MDT TUE SEP 30 2014

Unsettled and cool weather conditions will continue to reside over
much of the region through Thursday. Scattered light showers will
occur over much of the area through tonight. A mix of rain and snow
is possible tonight...mainly over Southwest Montana. For Wednesday
and Thursday...the scattered rain and snow showers will affect
mainly North Central and Central MT. Snow accumulations will be
minor at lower elevations...but a 1 to 3 inch snow fall is possible
in the mountains...mainly above 5500 feet. High pressure is still
expected over the weekend...bringing back warmer and drier
conditions.

$$






000
AWUS85 KTFX 292121
RWSMT

MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
320 PM MDT MON SEP 29 2014

MOISTURE WRAPPING AROUND A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM CONTINUED TO BRING
ISOLATED LIGHT SHOWERS TO THE EASTERN HALF OF MONTANA TODAY...AS
WELL AS MUCH OF THE STATE WEST OF THE CONTINENTAL DIVIDE.
HOWEVER...BREEZY SOUTHERLY DOWNSLOPE WINDS KEPT CENTRAL AND
SOUTHWEST MONTANA MOSTLY SUNNY AND DRY. WINDS THERE WERE MOSTLY 10
TO 20 MPH WITH GUSTS AROUND 30 MPH. WINDS IN THE EAST WERE OUT OF
THE EAST AT 10 TO 20 MPH...WHILE WINDS WEST OF THE DIVIDE WERE LIGHT.

AT 3 PM MDT...TEMPERATURES MOSTLY WARMED INTO THE 50S TO LOWER
60S...RANGING FROM 46 AT WEST YELLOWSTONE TO 66 AT GREAT FALLS.

OVERNIGHT...SHOWERS WILL DECREASE ACROSS EASTERN MONTANA...BUT THEY
WILL INCREASE ACROSS THE WESTERN HALF OF THE STATE AHEAD OF AN
APPROACHING PACIFIC SYSTEM. WINDS WILL SHIFT MORE WESTERLY FROM WEST
TO EAST ACROSS THE STATE AT MOSTLY 10 TO 20 MPH...WITH HIGHER GUSTS
ALONG THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN FRONT. LOWS WILL MOSTLY BE IN THE 40S TO
LOWER 50S...BUT 30S ARE EXPECTED IN THE HIGHER MOUNTAIN AREAS.

$$

WEATHER.GOV/GREATFALLS






000
AWUS85 KTFX 292121
RWSMT

MONTANA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
320 PM MDT MON SEP 29 2014

MOISTURE WRAPPING AROUND A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM CONTINUED TO BRING
ISOLATED LIGHT SHOWERS TO THE EASTERN HALF OF MONTANA TODAY...AS
WELL AS MUCH OF THE STATE WEST OF THE CONTINENTAL DIVIDE.
HOWEVER...BREEZY SOUTHERLY DOWNSLOPE WINDS KEPT CENTRAL AND
SOUTHWEST MONTANA MOSTLY SUNNY AND DRY. WINDS THERE WERE MOSTLY 10
TO 20 MPH WITH GUSTS AROUND 30 MPH. WINDS IN THE EAST WERE OUT OF
THE EAST AT 10 TO 20 MPH...WHILE WINDS WEST OF THE DIVIDE WERE LIGHT.

AT 3 PM MDT...TEMPERATURES MOSTLY WARMED INTO THE 50S TO LOWER
60S...RANGING FROM 46 AT WEST YELLOWSTONE TO 66 AT GREAT FALLS.

OVERNIGHT...SHOWERS WILL DECREASE ACROSS EASTERN MONTANA...BUT THEY
WILL INCREASE ACROSS THE WESTERN HALF OF THE STATE AHEAD OF AN
APPROACHING PACIFIC SYSTEM. WINDS WILL SHIFT MORE WESTERLY FROM WEST
TO EAST ACROSS THE STATE AT MOSTLY 10 TO 20 MPH...WITH HIGHER GUSTS
ALONG THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN FRONT. LOWS WILL MOSTLY BE IN THE 40S TO
LOWER 50S...BUT 30S ARE EXPECTED IN THE HIGHER MOUNTAIN AREAS.

$$

WEATHER.GOV/GREATFALLS







000
NZUS01 KTFX 292007
RWSGTF
MTZ008>015-044>055-301200-
REGIONAL WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS
205 PM MDT MON SEP 29 2014

On the heels of this weekends weather system, another Pacific system
will move into the area from the Canadian coast. This system will
bring breezy westerly winds and a good chance of showers to north
central and southwest Montana beginning tonight and continuing
through Tuesday night. Winds and showers will then decrease
Wednesday and Thursday as the system exits the area. Lows will fall
from mostly 40s tonight to mostly 30s by Wednesday night, as highs
fall from the 50s to mid 60s on Tuesday to mostly 50s on Thursday.
High pressure will then bring warming and drying conditions for the
weekend.

$$








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