After a busy weekend, city crews managed to run a plow up and down most every street, avenue and road within the city of Billings, said Vern Heisler, deputy public works director.
By 1 p.m. it was quitting time for Blake Wurgler, who had been working since 2:30 a.m. plowing parking lots and driveways in Billings.
The month of June wasn't too hot, or too cold, and it finished a little drier than normal.
When Sunday's hailstorm begin pelting the side of Don Foos' trailer at 3232 Becraft Lane, he had no idea what was going on.
By the middle of the week Billings residents may want to throttle their thermostats — or at least throw another log on the fire.
Fire season is several months away, but the state’s weather and climate gurus are keeping a close watch on the amount of moisture falling on the ground.
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.
CHEYENNE -- This week's snowstorm rode into Wyoming on an icy chill that cracked low temperature records around the state, including one set more than 100 years ago.
If you heard thunder Tuesday evening, you weren’t crazy.
Tuesday was a near-record hot day for many parts of southeastern Montana, and a few locations tied and set new record highs as well.
The grass really is greener on the other side, if you’re from Billings or Miles City.
If you visited Montana for the first time this week you might be inclined to think, “The winters here aren’t so bad,” before taking a stroll around town wearing a T-shirt and no jacket.
LANDER — Late fall in Wyoming has been marked by cold temperatures and high winds but little snow, prompting the question: What happened to La Nina?
A spring storm that soaked the Billings area overnight with snow and rain is winding down as warmer temperatures are on the way for the weekend.