The National Weather Service

Severe Weather Batters Central, Eastern Montana
The National Weather Service says Montana's swollen rivers could begin hitting flood stage Wednesday, one day after severe storms hit the state.
The storms dumped up to 4 inches of rain in some areas and golf ball-sized hailstones on Tuesday.
New Releases For Fort Peck Dam Scheduled Today
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it will release massive amounts of water from the Fort Peck dam Tuesday.
The Corps originally planned to release a record 50,000 cubic feet per second of water from the dam mid-June. The increased water flow into the Missouri River is already causing flooding in …
Clark Fork at Flood Levels
The National Weather Service has declared a flood warning for the Clark Fork River as rain is forecasted to continue through the Memorial Day weekend. Corby Nickerson with the NWS says the rain will bring the river above flood stage.
Prepare For Spring Flooding
Responding to a report from Missoula County Sheriff Acting Sergeant Joe McNeill, Mill Creek in Frenchtown is running extremely high. Leanne Allegretto with The National Weather Service in Missoula says smaller rivers and streams will be the first to overrun their banks due to the warm weather a…
Possible Flood Potential In Montana
There was an abundant amount of snow pack over the winter season in Montana. This means there is potential for flooding. The National Weather Service expects streams and rivers throughout Montana to have high water. Snow fall is 109 to 130 percent  above average.