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Area Experiences Record Highs

It was a heat wave as many northeastern Montana communities experienced record highs on Tuesday, Aug. 15.

According to the National Weather Service in Glasgow, the high temperature was 101 degrees at the airport in Wolf Point on Aug. 15. The temperature ties the record set in 2003. The Glasgow airport and Dry Blood Creek each reported high temperatures of 103 degrees for the day. The temperature in Glasgow tied a 1990 mark, and the temperature at Dry Blood Creek tied the record set in 2003.

Medicine Lake’s high temperature of 97 degrees broke the record of 92 degrees set in 2022.

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