Western Montana shatters cold-weather records, with more on the way

Western Montana shatters cold-weather records, with more on the way

http://www.missoulian.com
October 10, 2009

Towns throughout western Montana set cold-weather records on Saturday.

Missoula’s low of 10 degrees shattered the previous record of 20 degrees, set in 1973. “We kind of killed that record,” said meteorologist Jeff Kitsmiller at the National Weather Service.

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Montana: Record snow continues

Record snow continues

http://www.greatfallstribune.com
April 30, 2009

…By Wednesday evening, the National Weather Service office in Great Falls had recorded 13 inches of snow for the day — that’s on top of 8 inches from the previous day — and the flakes were still falling.

The previous high for snowfall on April 29 in the city was 5.4 inches, set way back in 1913.

“So we broke that record pretty handily,” said Jerome Saucier, operation program leader for the NWS Great Falls office…

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Calendar says fall, but for much of U.S., winter is here

Calendar says fall, but for much of U.S., winter is here

http://www.cnn.com
December 16, 2008

(CNN) — A blast of Arctic air Tuesday morning has much of the nation — from the Great Lakes to Oregon and down to Texas — in its cold, icy grip.

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