Posted 5:08 PM 12/12/2013 by Meteorologist Mike Heard
Long range forecast weather models still project another weather pattern change to arrive late next week.
Another deep trough with a strong northerly flow aloft will most likely bring snow, wind and colder weather back into Montana.
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Posted 9:53 PM 12/11/2013 by Meteorologist Mike Heard
More avalanches today.
Mark Staples with the GNFAC triggered 6 avalanches at once along Buck Ridge near Big Sky.
GNFAC reports that skiers triggered slides on the west side of the Bridger Range behind Bridger Bowl and another in the northern Bridgers on Hardscrabble.
Posted 3:24 PM 12/10/2013 by Meteorologist Mike Heard
Blizzard Warning is no longer in effect for the Livingston area.
The National Weather Service has issued a Wind Advisory through 8am Friday morning for Livingston, Fishtail, McLeod and Beartooth foothills.
Posted 4:37 PM 12/9/2013 by Meteorologist Mike Heard
Montana's temperatures are finally beginning to rise this afternoon and much of the state jumped above zero.
We are currently transitioning to a NW to Westerly flow aloft and that in turn will bring a slow warming trend this week.
My on demand forecast today will focus on the long range forecast with the 8 to 14 day outlook for temperature and precipitation taking us right up to Christmas Eve.
Posted 4:57 PM 12/8/2013 by Ralph Ellis - CNN
A frigid winter storm system that put Dallas in the deep freeze is hitting the East Coast on Sunday. Luckily for those people, it should be a short visit.
Snow, ice or freezing rain will fall on Washington, Philadelphia and New York City on Sunday, the National Weather Service said. On (More)
Posted 7:39 PM 12/7/2013 by KBZK News
According to a press release from the Gallatin County Emergency Management, an ice jam has formed on the Gallatin River about half a mile north of Gallatin Gateway.
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Posted 9:41 PM 12/6/2013 by Marlena Baldacci and Ed Payne - CNN
(CNN) -- No matter how you spell it, ice was a four-letter word Friday.
Just ask folks living anywhere from Texas to Tennessee, who dealt with a mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain.
Across this swath of America, birthday plans have been canceled, long-awaited reunions have been put (More)