Meet Grizz, everyone! He may have an intimidating look, but this softie is anything but! This 2- year- old St. Bernard mix loves to be
Hot temperatures and gusty winds both contribute to a FIRE WEATHER WARNING until 11 pm for locations on the Rocky Mountain Front.
A FIRE WEATHER WATCH has been issued for locations on the Northern Rocky Mountain Front- including St. Mary, Cut Bank, Teton Pass, Augusta, Conrad, and
A FIRE WEATHER (RED FLAG) WARNING has been issued for locations on the hi-line, the Rocky Mountain Front, and Central Montana until 9 pm Wednesday.
A FIRE WEATHER WATCH has been issued for a large area of Montana due to high winds, low humidity, and hot temperatures. Additionally, isolated thunderstorms
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYhJeeIk2oo] This afternoon, isolated thunderstorms will be possible mainly in the southern portion of Montana, but could also occur near the capital and Great
Hot and dry conditions will prevail today, which will increase our fire weather danger. As of this morning, no Fire Weather Watches or Red Flag
What a gorgeous day we had here in Montana yesterday! If you didn’t get a chance to enjoy the weather Wednesday, today you’ll have another
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BH8KbrQnoIs] After kicking off this week with hot temperatures and severe storms in the northeastern portion of the state, things are going to calm
HELENA – The Montana Learning Center is getting a facelift. New Mexico Skies Observatory generously donated some very high-powered telescopes to the Learning Center, which
A HEAT ADVISORY is in effect for portions of northeastern Montana today, due to high temperatures expected to reach the 90s and 100s. While today
After a brief reprieve from dangerously hot temperatures this weekend, today’s highs will be in the 90s yet again. As of this morning, no fire
Just two days ago, temperatures were in the mid-60s, but things have taken a very quick turn. Highs reached into the 100s in numerous locations
HELENA – After a chilly spring, the heat is on. And when the temperatures drastically change from cool to hot pose elevated risks for heat-related
HELENA – It’s been a month and a half since we began featuring a new pet every week from the Lewis and Clark Humane Society.