Flood concerns remain an issue for Cascade County on Tuesday.
This work week is shaping up to be a bit cooler and wetter than the last.
Lowland flooding remains a concern as we head into the weekend.
The high pressure ridge currently over Montana will break down as we enter the weekend.
High pressure continues to allow for mostly sunny skies and temperatures just above average this week. Due to the somewhat rapid warm up, some lowland
Temperatures begin to trend slightly above average as high pressure builds over Montana.
The big talking point this week will be high pressure and above average temperatures!
The U.S.D.A – National Agricultural Statistics Service, is seeking nominations to the Agriculture Statistics Advisory Committee .
High pressure will be a nice change this weekend, allowing for temperatures to climb to the 40s.
Weather conditions are finally beginning to resemble early spring here in Montana.
Snow flurries will continue to travel to the southeast as Wednesday plays out, gradually getting stronger as they reach Custer County.
Extreme winds have prompted the National Weather Service to issue a Blizzard Warning for Glacier, Lewis and Clark, Pondera, and Teton Counties.
The Montana Ag Network found a collection of toy tractors whose history has made big impact in Montana.
Extreme winds can be expected along the northern portions of the Rocky Mountain Front on Monday.
The grandson of the late Dr. Billy Graham made a stop in Great Falls on Thursday.
Colder air will linger over Montana through Saturday before high pressure builds allowing for a warmer air mass to move in.
Flurries remain a possibility through the weekend and more mild air is headed our way.
Light snow flurries will track through Central Montana on Wednesday.
Temperatures will continue to trend slightly warmer this week, likely reaching the 30s for some on Thursday.
Extreme cold will continue for the first portion of this week.