Snow will continue to make it’s way through Montana on Friday.
Extreme cold will continue to increase the newborn livestock threat in Northeastern Montana.
Great Falls Police have confirmed one person was shot Wednesday night.
Forecast models remain very inconsistent with the anticipated snow totals over the next few days.
Snow is on track to move into Montana late Tuesday into Wednesday, with a second batch of moisture early Friday.
Wind chill temperatures remain a major concern for newborn livestock again this week. The Central and Eastern Plains will remain well below freezing. Mountainous areas
Another week of below freezing temperatures are on tap for Central Montana.
Snow is on track to return to Central Montana Friday afternoon.
Following a frigid start to the day, temperatures will rebound slightly on Thursday finally climbing above zero degrees.
Lingering snow will finally make it’s way out of Montana Wednesday afternoon.
Dangerous wind chill temperatures remain a talking point through Wednesday.
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Dangerously cold temperatures will take us into the work week.
Saturday will start out mild before Arctic air and Pacific moisture invades Montana.
High pressure will allow for temperatures to climb well above average through Friday.
As high pressure begins building on Wednesday, temperatures will trend well above average for the remainder of this week.
High pressure is on track to continue building as we enter the latter half of the work week.
Winds will remain a bit of an issue on Monday, especially throughout Eastern Montana.
High pressure just off the Pacific Coast is causing strong upper level winds over Montana on Friday.
The weekend of January 19th marked 34 years that the Antique Tractors and Toy show made an appearance at the Montana ExpoPark.