Below are updated snow totals for the 4/11-4/12 snow storm that impacted eastern MT. The information below can be found by visiting the NWS in Billings: https://forecast.weather.gov/product.php?site=byz&issuedby=BYZ&product=PNS Public Information Statement National Weather Service Billings MT 814 PM MDT Tue Apr… Read More »Updated Montana Snow Totals 4/12/2022
A major storm system has been impacting the northern Rockies bringing beneficial snow to areas that are far behind normal as of today. As this storm churns over the Dakotas the northern Great Plains will experience a BLIZZARD! Below are… Read More »Preliminary Snow Totals for Montana 4/11-4/12/2022
A major storm is impacting the NW portion of the US and as it moves inland will be producing accumulating snow over the mountains of OR/ID/MT/UTWY and western CO. The heart of the Rocky Mountains is lacking in snowfall as… Read More »Western storm system to produce beneficial snow for the places that need it most!
A great review of the Marshall fire from a NWS product and weather/climate perspective is on the main page of the NWS Boulder website under “news headlines” and can be found here: https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/cd7e211f5d594f9996b061d05670e779
While the I-25 corridor from Cheyenne to Trinidad received nightly bouts of snow from the 21-24th the snow accumulations were relatively light with anywhere from 2-6″, but… In the mountains they were measuring snow by the foot in the ski… Read More »After an active week Colorado snow pack is near normal!
Tonight and into tomorrow, January 18, 2022, the Colorado region will experience an array of winter weather from freezing fog, drizzle, snow, sleet, graupel and sleet/ice pellets. This is in part due to the above average temperatures from previous days… Read More »Types of Precipitation