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Area forecast discussion
National Weather Service Glasgow Montana
335 am MDT sun Aug 25 2019


Scattered showers and thunderstorms early this morning are evident
on radar, and are expected to track eastward during the day. As a
cold frontal passage takes place today, showers and thunderstorms
may continue at times, along with a generally increasing northwest
wind. At this time, it does not appear that wind speeds will be
high enough for a lake Wind Advisory, but breezy conditions are
still anticipated for The Fort Peck Lake area, especially in
proximity to any convection. Thus, trends will continue to be

For Monday, expect another cold front to push through the region
with additional showers and thunderstorms. Northwest winds with
this system will be stronger and a lake Wind Advisory may be more
appropriate, given the cold air advection pattern and potential
that current wind forecast may yet be a bit conservative.
Otherwise, seasonably cool and dry weather conditions are expected
on Tuesday across the area. Generally northwest flow aloft is
expected through the balance of the rest of the week as an upper
ridge remains situated over the Pacific coast, with the extended
period trended toward consensus to best reflect increasing spread
in ensemble 500mb heights. Maliawco


generally VFR conditions are expected today over area terminals,
though brief reductions in ceilings and vsybs are possible with
showers and thunderstorms at times through tonight. Winds will be
northwest at 5 to 15 kts with occasional higher gusts. Maliawco


Glasgow watches/warnings/advisories...none.

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