Montana Ag Network
A few afternoon thunderstorms remain a likelihood on Tuesday.
On Thursday July 11th, people from all walks of life had the opportunity to learn about Montana agriculture firsthand.
A few afternoon thunderstorms remain a likelihood as we we kick off the work week.
High pressure will continue to build as we head toward the weekend.
For years, the Montana Ag in the Classroom program has taught youth about the importance of farmers and ranchers.
High pressure will be the main talking point over the next few days.
Hot and dry weather is on track to return to Montana.
Showers will once again make their presence known on Tuesday.
The organic farmer has written a book to share the secrets to success and offer insight on value-added agriculture and the importance of nutritious food options for consumers.
A few spotty showers will take us through the first portion of this week.
Temperatures will continue to climb as we near the weekend.
The American Farm Bureau Federation’s latest market basket survey shows the price of a 13-item basket for a traditional July 4th cookout for ten people is slightly higher than it was last year.
Scattered and isolated showers are likely Thursday afternoon.
Widespread moisture and below average temperatures take us into the weekend.
Cooler temperatures and rain are on track to return to Montana Tuesday.