It doesn’t get much better than this. The entire Labor Day weekend will be absolutely beautiful. This may be the nicest weather we’ve had all
Julie Lamb-Heller has been filling in at the station for the last several weeks on a temporary basis. Her last day at KTVH is today. However, many of you know that Julie started in television news at KTVH back in the late 1990’s. At times Julie has come back to fill-in for a day or so. It’s been a pleasure to work with Julie over the years.
What a beautiful day! As summer weather returned, some kids were off to their first day of school which is a reminder that summer is nearing its end. However the weather could not be more beautiful and it should stay this way for a while.
Brrrr! After Monday when many towns in Montana had record cold high temperatures in the 40s and 50s, overnight temperatures tumbled into the 20s and 30s for most of the state.
It did not look or feel like summer Monday as a cold storm struck the state with rain and mountain snow. A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY
The Howe Ridge wildfire in Glacier National Park is now Montana’s largest wildfire of the year at more than 9,600 acres. Drier, warmer and windy conditions will return the next few days which will likely result in growth on some Montana wildfires.
The late summer rainstorm continues to bring benefits to Montana, albeit for a limited time. Most of the state has experienced an improvement in air quality from the weekend because of the storm.
Hallelujah! Rain, cooler temperatures and widespread cloud cover were welcomed through most of fire-weary Montana. Rain fell through a lot of the state, and fell on many of the state’s wildfires.
It’s complicated…this weekend’s weather that is. Two separate storm systems will bring thunderstorms to the state. These thunderstorms will produce lightning, which will likely spark
A RED FLAG WARNING has been issued for Friday because of thunderstorms producing lightning strikes and erratic wind, but the storms will also produce rain.
Today will be the last day of hot, dry, hazy weather before the weather begins to shift.
Wildfire activity and smoke continue to dominate the weather discussion, and the situation could get worse.
Just a few days ago Montana was in the midst of the worst heatwave of the year, as highs reached between 100-110. The last two mornings were chilly for August standards, as lows dipped into the 20s, 30s and 40s.
The worst fire weather and possibly the worst weather of year in general is over, but the damage is done. A record breaking heat wave along with a cold front that triggered thunderstorms and wind resulted in many new fires across Montana, several that grew thousands of acres.
Incredible heat scorched Montana on Friday, breaking record highs for the day. Some cities were within a few degrees of their hottest temperature ever recorded.