Temperatures in Montana reservation town rise 82 DEGREES in just one day thanks to Chinook winds

Mail Online | 1/15/1972 | Abigail Miller For Dailymail.com
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A small reservation town in northern Montana experienced one of the highest single-day temperature changes in the country this week.

Fort Belknap saw temperatures rise 82 degrees throughout the day on Tuesday.

Residents - Town - Tuesday - Morning - Degrees

When residents of the town woke up on Tuesday morning it was 37 degrees below zero.

By the afternoon, it was 45 degrees above zero.

National - Weather - Service - Reason - Shift

The National Weather Service reported that the reason for the drastic shift was a Chinook wind - which is a warm dry wind that blows down the east side...
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