Montana Ag Network
Extreme winds are expected along the Rocky Mountain Front on Thursday.
High pressure is on track to continue building over Montana this week.
Leave it to Montana to go from wide spread snow to dry and windy over night.
As farmers and rancher make plans to meet with their ag lender to work on 2019 operating lines of credit and more, Coffee said it’s important for producers to keep an open line of communication with their lender.
A winter storm is on track to begin impacting Montana on Saturday , lasting through the weekend.
The interest is growing and if processors put their roots in Montana, local economies could grow with it.
Temperatures are expected to remain below average again on Thursday.
Following a few early morning flurries, snow can still be expected throughout Eastern Montana today.
Weather patters are expected to become a bit more dynamic just after Christmas.
Weather trends are finally beginning to look a bit more like they should for this time of the year.
As another year draws to a close, the Montana Livestock Loss Board said Montana ranchers once again faced economic losses due to livestock predation.
Winds will remain a bit of an issue again on Friday.
Winds are still the main talking point throughout Central Montana.
Never ending wind continues throughout Central Montana.
Winds once again become an issue this week.