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.
A wet and cooler spring has eased drought concerns over parts of western Montana, but severe drought conditions remain along the Rocky Mountain Front after two straight winters of lower snowfall and warmer temperatures.
A late spring storm that brought occasionally heavy snow to areas of central and western Montana made travel hazardous along Interstate 15 and downed power poles, causing several outages, before moving off to the east.
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