WEST GLACIER — Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park wasn’t open long before what little traffic might have been on it was being delayed.
An employee with Stanley Steamer works Tuesday afternoon in the lobby at City Hall organizing fans to start cleaning up water damage from a broken pipe.
OMAHA, Neb. — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers shouldn't be blamed for causing major flooding along the Missouri River that has affected five states regularly since 2006, the federal government says in its initial response to a lawsuit.
KALISPELL — Parts of Glacier National Park are reopening after being closed by heavy rain this past week.
MISSOULA — Heavy snowfall in Glacier National Park has limited access to some roads and trails because of avalanche danger.
KALISPELL — The rain is tapering off after dumping up to 8 inches over parts of Glacier National Park this week, but the extra water running off the mountains means the threat of flooding will remain.
When Aubree Cunningham and her husband purchased their home at 803 N. 24th St., they saw it as an opportunity.
KALISPELL — A spring deluge that has dumped nearly 5 inches of rain and more than a foot of snow in parts of Glacier National Park has tourists seeking cover and rivers spilling over their banks from the mountain runoff.
Cunningham shows high water marks from flooding in her basement.
Aubree Cunningham discusses concerns she has with water drainage from storm sewers around her home at 803 N. 24th St. on Tuesday morning. Recent rain storms have left her 100-year-old home flooded.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Most major rivers in Wyoming have fallen below flood stage.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Forecasters are expecting the North Platte River to reach record levels this weekend in Carbon County.
Friday’s weather may be the calm before the storm. The National Weather Service said conditions are developing that could bring severe weather on Saturday, with thunderstorms capable of producing wind gusts of 74 mph and higher, baseball-sized hail and possibly tornados east of Billings.
LIVINGSTON — Sitting in Amy Simpson's living room on Island Drive, a person might mistake her home for a houseboat.
Pompeys Pillar set for flooding
High waters and thunderstorms will continue to threaten the area surrounding Billings Wednesday, as temperatures reach almost 90 degrees.
Standing at the edge of the parking lot on what usually is the beginning of a walking path, Judy Gilham watched the water rise at the Duck Creek Fishing area off Duck Creek Road in Billings.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Crews continued stacking sandbags to protect the town of Saratoga from the rising flows in the North Platte River on Tuesday as weekend rains on top of heavy mountain snows prompted state officials to monitor sites around the state for possible flooding.
The Yellowstone River has risen about 7 inches since Sunday, and with rain and temperatures in the mid to high 80s in the forecast Wednesday, levels should continue to rise before going back down.
Warmer temperatures over the next few days across the region are expected to result in rising rivers and streams from snowmelt, the National Weather Service said. Thunderstorms also are possible this weekend, especially on Saturday.