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.
During the summer, wildfires contribute to poor air quality in Montana.
A HIGH WIND WARNING has been issued for much of central Montana for a storm that will move in on Tuesday.
What a gloomy few days here across the state with cloudy skies and cold temperatures. An increase in a westerly flow aloft will push out
A HIGH WIND WARNING is in effect for areas east of the Rocky Mountain Front.
HELENA- Winter weather is right around the corner and this year Helena has new emergency snow routes.
A HIGH WIND WATCH is in effect for areas off of the Rocky Mountain Front from Tuesday through Wednesday.
Radar is an invaluable resource for weather forecasting.
After a prolonged period of usually quiet weather, Mother Nature is making up for lost time. Storms are lined up in the Pacific and virtually every day this week will have inclement weather.
Snow, cold, wind and icicles were found this past weekend as a bit of winter struck the state.
Montana is in a colder weather pattern that will last for the next few days. Areas of snow mainly in the mountains and along the Continental Divide.