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Rain continues today for Western and Central Montana

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Rain continues today for Western and Central Montana
Rain continues today for Western and Central Montana

FORECAST RIGHT AFTER THEBRK.EA{STORMTRACKER WEATHER STARTSNOW}{HERE’S A LOOK AT THE FORECASTFOR THE NEXT 7 DAYS:}{TODAY: TEMPERATURES WILLCONTINUE TO BE ON THE COOLERSIDE WITH HIGHS IN THE 50’SFOR MOST OF US.

OVERCAST SKIESFOR MOST OF THE DAY.

RAIN WILLCONTINUE INTO THE DAYWEDNESDAY WITH TOTAL AMOUNTSEXCEEDING AN INCH IN A LOT OFLOCATIONS.

WINDS WILL BE OUTOF THE NORTH AT 10-15 MPHGUSTING TO 30 MPH.

THERE IS ACHANCE FOR AN EVENINGTHUNDERSTORM IN SELECTLOCATIONS AS WELL.}{TONIGHT: TEMPERATURES WILL BEFAIRLY COOL WITH LOWS IN THELOW TO MID 40’S.

ONLY GETTINGDOWN TO THE LOW 50’S INEASTERN MONTANA.

THE WINDSWILL DIE DOWN A LITTLE BIT ANDBE OUT OF THE SOUTHWEST AT5-10 MPH.

THERE WILL ALSO BEBREAKS IN THE CLOUD COVER ASWE HEAD INTO THE MORNINGHOURS.}{TOMORROW: CONTINUING TO STAYON THE COOLER SIDE BUT WARMERTHAN TODAY WITH TEMPS ONEITHER SIDE OF 70 DEGREES.

WEWILL BE MOSTLY OVERCAST FORTHE DURATION OF THE DAY BUT WEWILL HAVE THE CHANCE OF SOMEBREAKING CLOUDS AS WGOE INTOTHE AFTERNOON AND EVENING.WINDS WILL BE OUT OF THENORTHWEST ANYWHERE FROM 5-10MPH.

THERE WILL BE CHANCES FORSCATTED RESHOWERS ANDTHUNDERSTORMS INTO THE EVENINGIN CENTRAL AND EASTERNMONTANA.}{FRIDAY: WE WILL HAVE OVERCASTSKIES TO FINISH OFF THE WORKWEEK WITH A CHANCE FOR RAINSHOWERS THROUGHOUT THE DAY.

ITWILL BE BREEZYUT O OF THENORTHWEST ANYWHERE FROM 10-15MPH WITH GUSTS TO 25 MPH.

HIGHTEMPERATURES WILL BE IN THEMID TO UPPER 60’S.}{SATURDAY SUNDAY: WE WILLHAVE PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDYCONDITIONS FOR MUCH OF THEWEEKEND.

THERE WILL, HOWEVER,BE SOME CHANCES FOR ISOLATEDSHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMSDURING T AHEFTERNOON ANDEVENING HOURS.

PRIMARILY THISPOSSIBILITY IS FOR SATURDAY ASSUNDAY WE LOOK TO BE MOSTLYDRY.

THE WINDS ALSO LOOK TOPICK UP OUT OF THE SOUTHWESTAT 10-15 MPH WH ITGUSTS TO 25MPH.

TEMPERATURES FOR SATURDAYLOOK TO TOP OUT ONLY IN THEMID TO UPPER 60’S WHILESUNDAY’S HIGH WILL REACH INTOTHE UPPER 70’S.}{MONDAY: WE WILL SEE PARTLY TOMOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES FOR THESTART OF THE WORK WEEK ANDTHERE WILL BE A SLIGHT CHANCEFOR A SHOWER OR THUNDERSTORM.TEMPERATURES WILL RANGEANYWHERE FROM THE LOWER TOUPPER 70’S.

IT WILL BE BREEZYOUT OF THE WEST AT 10-15 MPHWITH GUSTS TO 25 MPH.}{TUESDAY: A DRIER PATTERN LOOKTO BE TAKING PLACE AS WE HEADINTO NEXT WEEK AS WE WILBELUNDER MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES.TEMPERATESUR WILL RANGEANYWHERE FROM THE MID 60’S TOMID 70’S.

WINDS LOOK TO BELIGHT AND VARIABLE AT AROUND 5MPH.}FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE THEPANDEMIC BEGAN, MONTANA’S OILINDUSTRY IS SEEING RENEWEDACTIVITY.IN AUGUST, TWO DRILLLING RIGSSET UP SHOP IN EASTERNMONTANA.

BOTH ARE HORIZONTALRIGS TARGETING OIL PRODUCTIONFOR KRAKEN OILAS G.IT MARKS THE FIRST TIME IN 16MONTHS, THAT MONTANA HAS BEENABLE TO CONTRIBUTE TO THEREGION’S COUNT OF ACTIVE OILGSRI.AS RECENT AS MAY, MONTANAPRODUCED 46,425 BARRELS OF OILPER DAY.THAT’S DOWN SLIGHTLY FROMJANUARY’S PRODUCTION OF MORETHAN 50,000 BARRELS/DAY.CBYOMPARISON, DURING THE SAMEMONTH NORTH DATAKO PRODUCEDMORE THAN 1 POINT 1 MILLIONBARRELS A DAY.ALAN OLSON, WITH THE MONTANAPETROLEUM ASSOCIATION, TELLSQ2 NEWS... THE NEW DRILLINGACTIVITY IS ALL BASED ONECONOMICS.AS OIL PRICES RANGE BETWEEN$65 TO $70 DOLLARS/BARRE

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