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Hail and Flash Floods Could be Headed to Western Montana This Wednesday

Meteorologists from the National Weather Service are warning about the possibility of severe thunderstorms this Wednesday, July 23.

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Jon in Glacier Park
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Summer 2014 – A Bit Warmer – A Bit Wetter [AUDIO]

The National Weather Service Office in Missoula is looking at the summer of 2014 to be perhaps a bit warmer, and a bit wetter than last year.

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Significant Spring Storm to Reach Missoula Tuesday and Wednesday [AUDIO]

A significant spring storm will impact the Missoula area on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 22 and 23.

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Missoula PD
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Warmer Weather Seems to Be a Likely Cause for Increased Weekend Theft on Blue Mountain

A series of break-ins and vehicle robberies in the Blue Mountain area have authorities searching for information.

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Max Wave
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70 Degrees by Tuesday – Little Chance of Local Flooding [AUDIO]

 

The long, record-setting winter of 2013-2014 may finally be in the rear-view mirror permanently after Tuesday.

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2011 Flood
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Orchard Homes Area in Danger of Flooding Similar to 2011 [AUDIO]

2011 was a devastating year for flooding in western Montana, but one county official says the spring of 2014 has the potential to surpass it.

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Cattle Rescued
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Snow and Cold to Impact Western Montana Mountains [AUDIO]

The National Weather Service has issued a forecast for snow and cold temperatures to impact areas of the northern Rockies of Montana and Idaho starting Wednesday evening through Saturday.

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Blizzard Hits Missoula Hard, Century Old Record May be Shattered

Overnight, on the last day of the month, Missoula received a substantial amount of snow and is extremely close to breaking the all-time February record.

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Road closure
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Blizzard Watch Through Friday Night in Western Montana [AUDIO]

The National Weather Service has issued a blizzard watch for Thursday night through Friday night, February 27 and 28.

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The patented weather window
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Snow “Measured in Feet” Coming to Western Montana This Week

It's been fairly dry and warm recently, but according to National Weather Service Meteorologist Luke Robinson, there's a lot of snow in the forecast for the third full week of February.

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