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This global warming is just right up my alley. :lol: It rained overnight, and is still coming down nicely here. Whoda Thunkit? This is November right? Maybe our drought is getting shown the door for once. Hopefully.
 

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The past week we have been hammered with some nasty thunderstorms and high wind. Thunder and lightning in November? I'm with you Jake... whoda thunk it????
 

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We haven't received much rain yet out of this deal, but there was sure one sharp bolt of lightning off to the east first thing this morning. It did just start to rain pretty good about five minutes ago. Hope it continues so we get enough to at least settle the dust.
 
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We received 4 tenths of an inch of rain total today. Starting from October 1st till now, that is around 3 inches of moisture. Crazy country, this is usually our drier part of the year thru Feb.

How about this rancher and FH? We'll be next probably. Oh, and it was 70 yesterday. :lol:

.ONE WEATHER SYSTEM WAS EXITING SOUTHERN MONTANA THIS AFTERNOON
WITH A QUIET WEATHER DAY EXPECTED ON SUNDAY. A VERY STRONG COLD
FRONT IS EXPECTED ON MONDAY WITH VERY HIGH WINDS AND POTENTIAL FOR
BLIZZARD CONDITIONS IN EASTERN MONTANA.




MTZ033-037-130600-
/O.NEW.KBYZ.BZ.A.0001.051114T1200Z-051115T0600Z/
FALLON-CARTER-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...BAKER...EKALAKA
248 PM MST SAT NOV 12 2005

...BLIZZARD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM LATE SUNDAY NIGHT THROUGH MONDAY
EVENING..

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN BILLINGS HAS ISSUED A BLIZZARD
WATCH...WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM LATE SUNDAY NIGHT THROUGH MONDAY
EVENING.

A VERY STRONG COLD FRONT AND LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL IMPACT THE
AREA ON MONDAY. WINDS OF 35 TO 50 MPH WILL COMBINE WITH SNOW
DEVELOPING DURING THE DAY TO PRODUCE AREAS OF SNOW AND BLOWING
SNOW WITH VISIBILITIES BELOW ONE QUARTER MILE AT TIMES. SNOWFALL
IS ONLY EXPECTED TO BE AROUND 3 INCHES...BUT THE COMBINATION OF
WIND AND SNOW WILL PRODUCE TREACHEROUS CONDITIONS.
 

the_jersey_lilly_2000

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October and November are normally the start of our "rainy season" with spring type thunderstorms, and yes...sometimes even the occasional tornado, and hail. Which we aren't getting much of.....give it back!!!! LOL
 
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