Longer, warmer days of spring signal the end of another season – ski season, that is.
HELENA – The Governor’s Drought and Water Supply Advisory Committee meeting this Wednesday is an important assessment of Montana’s snowpack, drought, projected stream flow and agricultural status heading into summer and fire season.
A large rockfall occurred several days ago on Highway 2 near West Glacier closing the road. On Monday in the Bearmouth area, the Frontage Road along Interstate 90 was closed because of a rock slide.
It’s widely known that flood season is underway. But in this week’s Weather Wise, some of the terms used to describe flooding and the warnings are lesser known.
Flooding has become a major problem across Montana this month.
HELENA – Mountains peaks and valleys make forecasting the weather a challenge at times. But there is one forecast element that seemingly every Montanan knows about.
HELENA – Sun worshipers rejoice! As we approach the first day of spring, daylight is rapidly increasing.
That was not your grandfather’s February, or even a February like any of us have experienced before. In this week’s Weather Wise, last month shattered all sorts of records as one of the coldest ever in Montana’s history.
In this week’s Weather Wise KTVH Chief Meteorologist Curtis Grevenitz talks about how you can greatly improve your safety during severe weather driving by simply turning on your headlights during daylight hours.
This cold is not normal for this time of year.
HELENA – This is a hypothetical situation in very real weather. In this week’s Weather Wise, Meteorologist Curtis Grevenitz simulates a situation where he’s driven off the road in the current, harsh winter conditions.
Current wind chills across the state at best could give you frostbite in less than a half hour, at worst, the current wind chills could be deadly.
A strong cold front crossed the state Sunday with snow, wind, colder temperatures, blizzard conditions in central Montana, and a baroclinic zone.
In this week’s Weather Wise, the naming of winter storms is very different than the naming of tropical systems.
Snow in Montana creates numerous outdoor recreation activities that generate precious revenue. And when there’s a lean winter, businesses feel that in their pocket.