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Dec 31, 2010 5:52 PM by Meteorologist Mike Heard

2010 Weather Recap

Temperature extremes for 2010 for SW Montana:

Butte 90 and -22
Bozeman - MSU 94 and -18
Belgrade - Gallatin Field 101 and -24
Dillon 93 and -22
Ennis 93 and -11
Wisdom 87 and -28

Precipitation for 2010:

Butte 15.18", above normal by 2.42" or 119% of avg.
Gallatin Field 15.43", above normal by .74" or 105% of avg.
Bozeman-MSU 21.81", above normal by 2.55" or 113% of avg.
Dillon 12.22", above normal by 2.29" or 123% of avg.
Ennis 16.32", above normal by 2.75" or 120% of avg.
Townsend 12.19", above normal by 1.49" or 114% of avg.
Wisdom 15.24", above normal by 3.36" or 128% of avg.

Most of Montana fell into the above normal range with regard to precipitation for 2010. The winter season, thanks to El Nino, brought below normal snow pack conditions. The spring, fall, and early winter months saw well above normal precipitation especially during the spring months as the El Nino event broke.

Kalispell 120% of avg.
Missoula 130% of avg.
Helena 116% of avg.
Great Falls 130% of avg.
Havre 139% of avg.
Glasgow 157% of avg.
Glendive 140% of avg.
Miles City 133% of avg.
Billings 127% of avg.
Lewistown 124% of avg.

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