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Clark Fork River
Photo courtesy of Stephen Wolfe
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Early Warm Temperatures Reflect Little Snowpack Left in Montana – Rain Considered Last Hope for a Not-So-Dry Summer

Recent warm temperatures has put Montana snowpack at some of its lowest levels ever this April.

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Snow in Yellowstone
Photo by Michael Smith/Newsmakers
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Weird Winter Flip-Flops Montana’s Snow, Moisture

An odd situation has developed from Montana's unusual winter weather.

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Flash Flooding Hits Hebden Bridge
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Rainfall to Come Through Missoula This Weekend

Missoula will be experiencing some heavy rain this weekend. Meteorologist Corby Dickerson said there will be little to no rain on Saturday.

"But the pattern starts to shift a little bit, by the time we work our way in the Sunday night and the Monday,"  Dickerson said

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Rain Storm
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Rain, Rain, Go Away? New, Wet Weather System Headed to Western Montana This Weekend

A new weather system is expected to push through western Montana this weekend bringing lots and lots of rain with it.

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Snowpack
Photo by Sara D. Davis/Getty Images
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Snowpack Level Above Normal – Bitterroot River Basin and Mission Mountains Top the Charts in Water Level

Western Montana skiers should be happy, according to the snow-sports enthusiast website “Snow Brains” three of the top ten ski resorts for snow pack are Lost Trail, Blacktail Mountain, and Snowbowl.

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2011 Flood
Photo courtesy of Missoula County
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Winter Season Snowpack Shows Cause for Concern in Coming Months

Montana was very fortunate in how much snow the state received as a whole this past winter.

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Water
Photo by Jon King
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Missoula County Sherriff’s Office Encourages Preparation for Potential Spring Flooding

Even though Montana has seen record snowpack levels this year, warm spring temperatures still pose a risk for potential flooding.

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Photo courtesy of Corby Dickerson, National Weather Service
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Snowpack Way Above Normal, Rain and Snow Will Bring Flooding

Yesterday, March 5, members of the National Weather Service were in Florence to view the runoff of snowmelt that is cascading through the streets and pooling throughout town.

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Drought-Like Conditions Unlikely – More Moisture in Missoula Should Bring Precipitation Levels Towards Normal

Despite many sunny days this winter, Missoula is almost average when it comes to snow pack and precipitation for this time of year.

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