It's so unusual these days for Missoula to receive a heavy rain, that KGVO contacted the National Weather Service Office in Missoula to see if Tuesday's rainfall may have caused any problems in the Missoula area.
Senior Meteorologist Bob Nester with the National Weather Service Office in Missoula, has put together a look back at moisture levels for May, as well as a peek ahead into the probable forecast for summer and Montana's Wildfire Season.
Last week the National Weather Service had a seminar about the upcoming winter weather season that is slowly but surely headed towards the states. Meterologist Luke Robinson said a strong El Nino is expected this year.
Despite more recent weather activity in western Montana, U.S. Senator Steve Daines worked the floor today in Washington to ensure the state be prepared to respond to potential drought conditions and wildfire activity.
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