After a weekend of thunderstorms that produced wind damage, hail and torrential downpours, wildfire season may not be on your mind.
Severe thunderstorms ripped across the state over the weekend with destructive wind and large hail, and Montana is not out of the woods just yet.
There it is, summer has arrived.
Montana finally saw a hot and dry summer day.
Yes that’s snow in Montana’s Pintler, Pioneer, Highland, Beaverhead and Bitterroot Mountains from a radar image late Monday night.
What the hail? Gardens and plants in general over the weekend took a hit as several hailstorms moved through Big Sky Country.
Montana is in for another soaking.
It seems like thunderstorms have hit the state each day for more than a month, and the stormy stretch will continue this weekend.
Happy birthday America!
Rex Block is here for the holiday weekend and he brought the thunderstorms.
Summer has been a little slow to develop, hot and dry summer that is.
Severe thunderstorms are life-threatening, but in the danger lies beauty.
Happy July! Normally this is the time of year when temperatures really heat up and conditions dry out considerably.
A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING has been issued for eastern Pondera, southwest Liberty, southeast Toole and northwest Chouteau Counties until 215pm. Radar has indicated hail to
TORNADO WATCH continues for northcentral and northeast Montana until midnight. Several SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNINGS are in effect for a line of storms that continue to