National Weather Service has issued a winter storm advisory for north-central Montana in the waning days of summer.
The Weather Service put out a warning this morning, effective through noon Thursday, for much of the state, with a stronger warning along the Rocky Mountain Front and through Cascade, Judith Basin and Meagher counties and between Bozeman and Red Lodge.
In north-central Montana, Hill and Blaine counties are part of a winter weather advisory that predicts up to an inch of snow in Havre and Chinook and that the Bear Paw Mountains could see up to six inches of snow.
The advisory says rain and snow would fall through the morning, turning to all snow by the afternoon.
The National Weather Service forecast for the rest of the week calls for mostly sunny skies with highs in the 40s to 60s and lows in the 20s tonight and Thursday night and 30s through the weekend.
Snow already has hit the state, mainly in the mountains, in a topsy-turvy year for weather.
After a wet fall in 2013, much of the state dried out through the winter. North-central through north-eastern Montana were among the wettest parts of the state.
Early spring was cool and dry, slowing crop development in the area, then heavy precipitation hit again starting in the middle of June. Precipitation continued to fall, mainly spotty but heavy in some areas, with a several-day storm in August dropping heavy precipitation, including setting some new records.
That storm led to some state flood disasters, including for Fort Belknap Indian Reservation, and further delayed the already late harvest. http://havredailynews.com/story/2014/09/10/local/winter-warning-in-the-summer/500162.html
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