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By Tim Leeds 

Area sees second day of record heat

Forecast predicts cooler weather

 

Last updated 6/16/2021 at 11:37am



North-central Montana saw a second day of scorching weather Tuesday with, again, new records set for high temperatures, although forecasts predict it to cool down in this area the rest of the week.

National Weather Service’s recording station at Little Bullwhacker Creek in Blaine County recorded 105 degrees Tuesday, beating the previous record for June 15 set in 1987 at 98 degrees.

Several high temperatures in the region were close to that, with several new records, but Weather Service Meteorologist Paul Nutter in Great Falls said that, while the heat wave is unusual, it is not unpreced...



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