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  • Record Snow Totals For Bozeman

    Record Snow Totals For Bozeman

    Thursday, February 22 2018 4:21 PM EST2018-02-22 21:21:50 GMT
    Cold and dry weather continued today for Bozeman and SW Montana. Clouds have been building over the region and will help slow the cooling process down by Friday morning. Temperatures will be only slightly warmer heading into Friday and the weekend but remain well below normal for this time of year. We will start to see increasing moisture and surface winds as a pacific storm rolls over Montana Friday through Sunday. There is a chance for valley snow but mountains and passes could...
    Cold and dry weather continued today for Bozeman and SW Montana. Clouds have been building over the region and will help slow the cooling process down by Friday morning. Temperatures will be only slightly warmer heading into Friday and the weekend but remain well below normal for this time of year. We will start to see increasing moisture and surface winds as a pacific storm rolls over Montana Friday through Sunday. There is a chance for valley snow but mountains and passes could...
  • Below Average Temperatures Will Continue

    Below Average Temperatures Will Continue

    Wednesday, February 21 2018 3:52 PM EST2018-02-21 20:52:47 GMT
    Current weather pattern will not change much for the rest of this week. Deep trough over much of the western and central United States will continue to pull colder air from the North in Canada down into Montana and at night temperatures will likely fall below zero for several more days. Temperature trend for the month of February are running in the top 15 coldest across SW Montana. Average temperature for Bozeman so far is 16.5° and this is the 13th coldest February on record...
    Current weather pattern will not change much for the rest of this week. Deep trough over much of the western and central United States will continue to pull colder air from the North in Canada down into Montana and at night temperatures will likely fall below zero for several more days. Temperature trend for the month of February are running in the top 15 coldest across SW Montana. Average temperature for Bozeman so far is 16.5° and this is the 13th coldest February on record...
  • Snowpack Holding Firm With Bitter Arctic Air This Week

    Snowpack Holding Firm With Bitter Arctic Air This Week

    Tuesday, February 20 2018 11:05 PM EST2018-02-21 04:05:27 GMT

    BOZEMAN - Montana's snowpack remains very healthy this week and that has been the case for most of this winter season. Numerous pacific storms are passing through weekly adding more and more snow to all river basins and valleys. This week's update on SWE (snow water equivalent) shows all river basins in Montana are above normal. Some slightly above normal and many well above normal with % of average values between 119% to as high as 170% of average. Well above normal rating for th...

    BOZEMAN - Montana's snowpack remains very healthy this week and that has been the case for most of this winter season. Numerous pacific storms are passing through weekly adding more and more snow to all river basins and valleys. This week's update on SWE (snow water equivalent) shows all river basins in Montana are above normal. Some slightly above normal and many well above normal with % of average values between 119% to as high as 170% of average. Well above normal rating for th...

  • Below Zero Lows To Continue

    Below Zero Lows To Continue

    Tuesday, February 20 2018 3:31 PM EST2018-02-20 20:31:52 GMT
    Not much has changed over the last 24 hour except morning lows were much colder Tuesday across SW Montana. Numerous record lows to report in SW Montana as low fell between -15° to -40° below zero.  See all the reports and take a look at some minor changes coming tonight in this on demand STORMTracker video forecast with Chief Meteorologist Mike Heard.
    Not much has changed over the last 24 hour except morning lows were much colder Tuesday across SW Montana. Numerous record lows to report in SW Montana as low fell between -15° to -40° below zero.  See all the reports and take a look at some minor changes coming tonight in this on demand STORMTracker video forecast with Chief Meteorologist Mike Heard.
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