Posted 5:52 AM 5/20/2013 by Ed McIntosh Q2 Weather Center
One of the best rain events the area has seen in the last two years isn't quite over, but it's winding down. Areas like Billings will likely depend on scattered showers to get more moisture, but Eastern Montana, and the mountain foothills will still be adding to their precipitation totals. Other (More)
Posted 8:46 PM 5/19/2013 by Jason Laird - Q2 Weather Center
Billings - Every hour were inching closer to normal precipitation levels for the year; as for this month, we are actually above normal!
The upper level trough that has been moving it's way through Montana is closing just over the Dakotas. What that means for us is yet another batch of rain (More)
Posted 8:55 PM 5/18/2013 by Jason Laird - Q2 Weather Center
BILLINGS - Showers will continue throughout our area tonight with a good chance of thunderstorms to top it off. A surface trough over our area is moving toward the South Eastern portion of the state and providing good surface convergence along with increasing shear aloft. This is likely to (More)
Posted 8:38 PM 5/17/2013 by Jason Laird - Q2 Weather Center
BILLINGS - Hey everyone, Jason Laird in for Bob tonight and although rain can be a hassle; I sure haven't heard any complaints! The good news is the much needed moisture looks to be sticking around for a few more days.
An upper level low pressure trough is moving across the state (More)
Posted 9:47 PM 5/16/2013 by Bob McGuire-Q2 Weather Center
The Jet stream is sitting right over Southwest Montana tonight, caught up in the jet are several waves of moisture. This means scattered showers and thunderstorms will affect the state for the next several days. Much of the area is moisture starved so the next 72 hours is exactly what the Doctor (More)
Posted 2:48 PM 5/15/2013 by Bob McGuire-Q2 Weather Center
A New cold front is approaching Western Montana today. Cloudy skies from the southwest along with copious amounts of moisture is rising up ahead of the on coming front. This is increasing our cloud cover this afternoon, and our chance of rain this evening. Like last night, we could see some more (More)
Posted 9:52 PM 5/14/2013 by Bob McGuire-Q2 Weather Center
A weak short wave disturbance along with a little slug of mid level moisture is all being driven up slope into the Beartooths tonight. We have seen a few isolated thunderstorms there this evening. This has prompted the Billings National Weather Service to put a minimum chance of rain in the (More)