Temperatures well above average continue this work week and strong winds return on Tuesday.
Strong winds will die down Saturday evening and will remain breezy Sunday and Monday before picking back up again on Tuesday. High pressure builds keeping us much above average and for the most part dry.
The future of Montana’s state parks discussed during meeting at First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park
Lindsay said, “I think the state parks have something to offer for everybody.”
About 35 years ago when Carol Olthoff lived in Alaska she started a collection of nativities. Now, her collection has grown to near 1000 nativity scenes.
Students said it made them feel happy knowing they’re helping other kids.
The students raised more than $1,600.
Connie Walter, the Angels In Camo facilitator, said this year the program is helping out 39 families.
Clouds move in on Monday. Winds are breezy on Monday but really pick up on Tuesday. Next chance of seeing a slight chance of snow is Wednesday as a trough and cold front move through.
High pressure builds bringing dry conditions this weekend and temperatures at or above average. Winds will continue to be breezy through the weekend becoming stronger during the week. Next chance of possibly seeing some snow will be on Wednesday.
One Great Falls photographer is hosting a pajama party and photos with Santa Claus on Saturday.
Showdown Montana will host their Rail Jam event from 7-9 PM this evening during the Christmas Stroll.
Joy Bridwell works at the Stone Child College Library located in Box Elder
Since its opening in 1972, The Heritage Inn has been affiliated with the Best Western.
Average high temps through Tuesday. Cold front moves southward into the region on Wednesday bringing in cooler air and the possibility of snow to north central MT. Overnight low temperatures will be in the teens and single digits and feels like low temperatures below zero.
Snow showers continue but accumulations will remain light, generally less than an inch in central MT and higher amounts expected in NE MT through Sunday. Temperatures remain below average through the work week and overnight lows drop into the teens and single digits.
You can get your car seat checked anytime by making an appointment with the Health Department.
Toys for Tots is hosting their 14th annual auction at the Elks Lodge in Great Falls on Saturday evening.
A new $25 million large scale UV disinfection system was installed to fix the issues.
It’s that time of the year for giving and two local businesses in Great Falls are doing just that.
The morning started off with speaker Jason Hafemeister, who is the Trade Counsel to the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.