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Significant weather patterns affecting West-Central Montana
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    United States, National Weather Service., Western Region,
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    "As anyone from west-central Montana will aim it, severe or extreme weather conditions are not uncommon to that region of the state. Excessive rain, heavy snow, strong winds, and severe thunderstorms have frequented the area through, the years, and their accurate forecast is of vital importance. After identifying the dates of the most extreme weather events to occur in Great Falls, Montana since 1949, and examining their corresponding synoptic patterns, the development of composite fields for each scenario was possible, thereby giving an "average" field for each weather phenomenon. With the development of synoptic composites comes a better understanding of these significant weather events. Furthermore, they may serve as a tool for new forecasters, as well as a refresher for current ones"--Introduction.

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