Montana has decided to skip Autumn altogether and go straight to winter.
Meet Domino! He was brought into the Humane Society as a stray and is now looking for a quiet place to call home. He does
An AIR QUALITY ALERT has been issued for locations in Northwest Montana due to poor air quality from wildfire smoke.
Smoky skies, fire danger, and cooler temperatures are the main considerations for the next few days in Montana.
Things are starting out much warmer this morning compared to Wednesday morning, and the afternoon highs are also going to be warmer.
Our air quality has improved drastically for most of the state from just 3 days ago, but an AIR QUALITY ALERT still remains valid for Northwest Montana.
After widespread rain and thunderstorms Monday, today is starting out chilly and humid.
The storms will move into the Helena area around lunchtime, continuing for the majority of the day.
Mr. Wilson is 8 years old and looking for a new place to call home.
A RED FLAG (FIRE WEATHER) WARNING will go into effect this afternoon for locations in Southwestern and Central Montana.
A high-pressure ridge is building up over the Western United States, which means our weather is going to be quiet here at least for a few days.
We’re off to a chilly start today, but temperatures will warm up into the mid-80s this afternoon.
Temperatures will top out in the mid to upper 70s today.
Charlie and Delta are 2- month- old siblings, who were brought into the Humane Society as stray rescues. They were born with “Wobbly Cat Syndrome,”
A RED FLAG (FIRE WEATHER) WARNING is in effect for a large portion of the state including Western, Central, and northern Montana today and