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.
While Monday was still summery, more of a fall-feeling will develop over the next several days.
What a beautiful weekend! And what a stark contrast from last year’s Labor Day when wildfires exploded across the state.
It did not look or feel like summer Monday as a cold storm struck the state with rain and mountain snow. A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY
Hallelujah! Rain, cooler temperatures and widespread cloud cover were welcomed through most of fire-weary Montana. Rain fell through a lot of the state, and fell on many of the state’s wildfires.
GREAT FALLS- Lightning is the primary cause of fires during the summer wildfire season.
The worst fire weather and possibly the worst weather of year in general is over, but the damage is done. A record breaking heat wave along with a cold front that triggered thunderstorms and wind resulted in many new fires across Montana, several that grew thousands of acres.
Here in Montana, we get all four seasons to the max with dramatic changes from season to season, month to month, and day to day.