GREAT FALLS - A cold front raced south across Montana on Sunday night and much cooler air is now spilling in from Canada.
STORMTracker meteorologist Mike Rawlins says the front caused problems for firefighters because it produced wind gusts of 25-35 mph across the state.
Northwest winds will dominate for Monday, ushering in cooler air.
Rawlins says high temperatures will only top out near 70° in most locations, giving Montanans a taste of fall for Labor Day.
High pressure is expected to return later in the week and temperatures are expected to warm back up to near 90° again.
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