The month of June wasn't too hot, or too cold, and it finished a little drier than normal.
There’s a good reason why it’s hard to see the mountains from Billings recently.
Ingredients for thunderstorms expected to reach Billings Wednesday got hung up over the mountains, but forecasters expect some severe weather to make it into the area Thursday.
Sunday’s low in Billings of minus 21 degrees broke a record for the month of March, although a warming trend is expected this week that could result in freezing rain and ice jams.
Whether or not Billings has a white Christmas this year might be up for a little interpretation.
Billings saw more than half an inch of slushy rain by Thursday night, while some places in surrounding areas accumulated well over a foot of snow, according to the National Weather Service.
The National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for one Eastern Montana county and tornado watches for others Saturday afternoon.
Mountain snowfall during the last week has put Montana in a markedly better position for adequate spring runoff.
When Emily Tesar had an ultrasound at 22 weeks into her pregnancy, she and her husband, Brian, watched as their daughter turned her tiny head toward them and opened and closed her mouth as if she was talking to them.
Brian and Emily Tesar hold their new baby daughter, Gabrielle.
A winter storm that dropped an inch or two of snow in Billings on Friday morning swung down into Wyoming by noon, leaving behind wet streets, numerous fender benders and colder temperatures.