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The Q2 I-Cam is located on top of Montana's tallest building, the First Interstate Tower in downtown Billings. And now I-Cam 2, high atop the Rimrocks overlooking the city gives you a whole new view of the area. From unique cloud formations to severe storms to breaking news coverage, the Q2 I-Cam and now I-Cam 2 bring you a view of Billings and the surrounding area that is unsurpassed. Twenty four hours a day, everyday, the I-Cam network is there. The Q2 I-Cams are provided as a service of First Interstate Banks, investing in our community, everyday.


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  • Turning Colder Heading Into The Weekend For Bozeman

    Turning Colder Heading Into The Weekend For Bozeman

    Friday, January 19 2018 3:50 PM EST2018-01-19 20:50:14 GMT
    Pacific storm continues to slowly exit the region this afternoon but there are pockets of off and on snow lingering over SW Montana. At times there is moderate snow hitting the valley floor and over mountain passes reducing visibility and producing wet and slushy roads. As skies clear overnight temperatures will fall well below freezing dropping down into the teens and 20s and this could produce very icy roads across SW Montana into Saturday morning. The above on demand STORMTra...
    Pacific storm continues to slowly exit the region this afternoon but there are pockets of off and on snow lingering over SW Montana. At times there is moderate snow hitting the valley floor and over mountain passes reducing visibility and producing wet and slushy roads. As skies clear overnight temperatures will fall well below freezing dropping down into the teens and 20s and this could produce very icy roads across SW Montana into Saturday morning. The above on demand STORMTra...
  • Slush and ice make the morning drive slow

    Slush and ice make the morning drive slow

    Friday, January 19 2018 8:39 AM EST2018-01-19 13:39:26 GMT

    Slush and snow are covering a thin glaze of ice on area roads.  The Montana Department of Transportation is reporting snow and ice on Bozeman Pass and Homestake Pass this morning.  Use extra time for the morning drive with light snow expected to be an impact for drivers in the region.  The heaviest snow is done, though icy roads will persist.  Highs will fall from the low 30s this morning to the middle and upper 20s this afternoon.

    Slush and snow are covering a thin glaze of ice on area roads.  The Montana Department of Transportation is reporting snow and ice on Bozeman Pass and Homestake Pass this morning.  Use extra time for the morning drive with light snow expected to be an impact for drivers in the region.  The heaviest snow is done, though icy roads will persist.  Highs will fall from the low 30s this morning to the middle and upper 20s this afternoon.

  • Next Weather Maker Arrives Thursday Night

    Next Weather Maker Arrives Thursday Night

    Wednesday, January 17 2018 4:32 PM EST2018-01-17 21:32:19 GMT

    Next weather maker arrives Thursday evening for SW Montana as a cold front passes through the state. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: Valleys could see rain change to snow Thursday night Icy roads are likely for your Friday morning commute Snow accumulations for most valleys around 2" - 4" possible Mountain passes could see 4" - 8" of snow Wintry travel will set up across all of SW Montana Friday So far there are no winter weather highlights for our region but ...

    Next weather maker arrives Thursday evening for SW Montana as a cold front passes through the state. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: Valleys could see rain change to snow Thursday night Icy roads are likely for your Friday morning commute Snow accumulations for most valleys around 2" - 4" possible Mountain passes could see 4" - 8" of snow Wintry travel will set up across all of SW Montana Friday So far there are no winter weather highlights for our region but ...

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