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NOAA Photo Library Image - post0232

Greetings from the National Weather Service in Great Falls, Montana! The National Weather Service in Great Falls, Montana is home to some of the nation's most extreme weather. Lowest temp in continental U.S.-70F at Rogers Pass 1954; greatest 24-hour temperature change of 103 degrees F in Loma from -49 to 54 on 01/14-15/1972. Also (not a record) 143mph gust at Miller Colony on 2/21/2002.

Image ID: post0232, NOAA's People Collection
Location: Montana, Great Falls
Credit: NOAA 200th Anniversary Postcards from the Field

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