berries are among the many fruits and vegetables that can be safely frozen for later use. The Yellowstone County Extension Service provides instructions to assist area residents.
To run the air conditioning unit most efficiently, set the thermostat at the same temperature all day, varying only by a few degrees at night, if at all, and avoid large temperature changes because the cooling system cannot "keep up." The lesser the difference between indoor and outdoor temp…
Most hail is between the size of a pea and a dime. The National Weather service considers hail that is quarter-sized or larger to be "severe."
Colder temperatures will remain through the weekend in the Billings area while light snow and snow showers are possible, the National Weather Service said.
Seventy-six degrees and 30.8 inches.
This year's Winter Carnival at Red Lodge Mountain Resort boasts a theme of Olympic Gold in honor of the recent Winter Olympics in Russia with, thanks to mother nature, a heavy emphasis on the winter part on Saturday.
The snow and cold are here for the weekend. Gazette staff photos
City snow plows line up for servicing Thursday at the Public Works Department in Casper, Wyo. A winter storm is expected to bring 8-12 inches of snow to Casper between Friday afternoon and Saturday night.
With school underway and the cold weather here, we are well into cold season. The big question that frequently returns is whether what you’re feeling is just a cold or something more. Here are a few tips that will help you to know what to do next.
Winter will return to the region with colder temperatures and snowfall expected into next week.
Temperatures will climb above zero on Friday in the Billings area with snow likely through the weekend, the National Weather Service said.
Photos from a cold snap in Billings with record-setting subzero temperatures.
A duck runs on the icy water while taking flight from the Yellowstone River by Metra Park Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014.
Eagles take flight from a frosty tree along the Yellowstone River in Riverfront Park in Billings Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014.
Frosted trees and grass sparkle along the Yellowstone River by Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014.
A goose stretches its wings on the Yellowstone River by Metra Park Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014.
Billings Street Department workers clear snow on the 600 block of Aronson Ave. on Wednesday.
"Livin' Large" Larry Wilson kicked off his "Freezin' for a Reason" fundraiser on Tuesday. Wilson is raising money for the Montana Rescue Mission's Women and Families Shelter by staying in the parking lot of Stockman Bank on King Avenue West.
Larry Wilson is staying in a 10 foot by 10 foot storage shed in the parking lot of Stockman Bank at 2700 King Ave. W. Wilson is raising money for the Montana Rescue Mission's Women and Families Shelter.