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Winter Weather Awareness Week [AUDIO]

Across Montana it's "Winter Weather Awareness Week," the time of the year to start preparing for winter weather conditions including hazardous travel.  National Weather Service offices throughout the state are providing information on the different types of winter weather we have in Montana and also  providing safety information related to each type, for the rest of the week

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c/o silkentent.com
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Much Cooler Weather Ahead..[AUDIO]

Big changes ahead for weather in Western Montana… Meteorologist with the National Weather Service, Jennifer Pallister says a very cool weather system will enter into the northern Rockies Wednesday into Thursday producing much cooler temperatures and showers

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c/o Flickr submitted by darwinsbulldog
c/o Flickr submitted by darwinsbulldog
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High Waters in Yellowstone Park

Warm summer temperatures are causing rapid melting of last winter’s record snowpack which lingers high in the mountains. Yellowstone National Park spokesman Al Nash says the resulting high water levels are impressive

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Photo From blog.timesunion.com
Photo From blog.timesunion.com
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Eastern Montana Thundertorms Cause Damage

High winds driven by a fast-moving line of thunderstorms downed trees and knocked out electricity to about 500 homes and businesses.

National Weather Service meteorologist Matt Solum says that the storm moved through at about 6 p.m. Sunday with wind between 60 and 70 mph.

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Photo Taken By Shande Wiest
Photo Taken By Shande Wiest
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Highs Could Hit Upper 80′s Causing More Flooding

The rivers in Western Montana are running high and fast but at least they're all below flood stage for now. That may change with the temperatures forcasted in the 80's this week.

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photo taken from St. Patrick Hospital’s Life Flight Helicopter and provided by Missoula County
photo taken from St. Patrick Hospital’s Life Flight Helicopter and provided by Missoula County
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MISSOULA COUNTY CONTINUES EVACUATION WARNING AND ISSUES FLOODING UPDATE

The National Weather Service continues active flood warnings and watches for Missoula County. County officials continue to suggest that residents in significantly affected areas secure alternate housing accommodations

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Photo Taken By Shande Wiest
Photo Taken By Shande Wiest
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Flood Warnings For Rivers, Creeks and Streams in Western Montana

The National Weather Service issued near 20 separate flood warnings for rivers, creeks and streams in Western Montana. Peter Christian spoke with Forecaster Bob Nestor on Montana Morning earlier today about the flooding situation.

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Flooding Throughout Montana
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A Closer Look At Flooding & Responses Throughout Montana

Cooler temperatures  mixed with rain continue to add high river levels throughout Montana. Temperatures will be cooler this week right through the holiday weekend with two significant rain events expected

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Photo Courtesy Of sarawaklens.com
Photo Courtesy Of sarawaklens.com
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Spring Runoff In Yellowstone National Park

Rain showers and spring run-off  have been causing rivers and small streams in Northwest Montana to rise above flood stage. The National Weather Service says Most of the rivers and creeks in Western Montana are near capacity as well. So far the major rivers in the western half of the state are staying within their banks.

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photo courtesy of geeks pirillo
photo courtesy of geeks pirillo
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Flood Potential In Montana

The  snow pack throughout Western Montana is higher than it has been in more than a decade which means a high potential for floods. On Thursday the snow pack was 140% of average, in the upper Clark Fork area.

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