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post Oct 6 2011, 07:42 PM
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The warm long summer has finally come to an end. The last few days our highs have been in the mid 50's to high 40's. Rain has persisted for all three days and it msy snow tonight if the conditions present themselves.

Currently
Temp:44
Humidity:70%
Barometer:29.78


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Count down to winter

10. Days start getting shorter
9. Average temps start getting colder
8. First sub-60 high
7. Bull Elk Bugle
6. Leaves change
5. First frost
4. First snow
3. Lakes freeze over
2. First significant snow
1. First sub 0 temperature

2010/2011 winter numbers.
Consecutive days/snow on ground :
Coldest 2011/2012 Temp: -2* 11-7-11
Coldest windchill temp 2011/2012:
Total seasonal snow this year: 21
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post Oct 10 2011, 07:04 PM
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Snow was prevelant above 8000ft in my area during the last weather event. some areas received up to a foot of snow.The next system is slowly moving in to make another rain event. Fall is here...but for how long maybe in a week or so it will fell like Winter. I have seen -20 at this time and 3feet of snow on the level. I remember one Halloween about 10yrs ago when many trick or treaters ran from cars to gather candy as the night gave way to -24 after a heavy snow blanketed the area.


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Count down to winter

10. Days start getting shorter
9. Average temps start getting colder
8. First sub-60 high
7. Bull Elk Bugle
6. Leaves change
5. First frost
4. First snow
3. Lakes freeze over
2. First significant snow
1. First sub 0 temperature

2010/2011 winter numbers.
Consecutive days/snow on ground :
Coldest 2011/2012 Temp: -2* 11-7-11
Coldest windchill temp 2011/2012:
Total seasonal snow this year: 21
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post Oct 20 2011, 06:36 PM
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QUOTE(off the grid @ Oct 10 2011, 08:04 PM) *
Snow was prevelant above 8000ft in my area during the last weather event. some areas received up to a foot of snow.The next system is slowly moving in to make another rain event. Fall is here...but for how long maybe in a week or so it will fell like Winter. I have seen -20 at this time and 3feet of snow on the level. I remember one Halloween about 10yrs ago when many trick or treaters ran from cars to gather candy as the night gave way to -24 after a heavy snow blanketed the area.

Wow...what an exciting Halloween (Sounds wonderful)

albeit a bit touch to "Trick or Treat" and one could imagine the primary costume of choice that year in your neck of the woods must have been an "Eskimo" laugh.gif
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post Oct 20 2011, 09:44 PM
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I like the Eskimo comment. The weather has slowly been getting colder and falling into a winter state much more gradual than normal. Most times it like somenone switched a switch. But this fall has been very pleasant with the mild weather. This next week a small disturbance could give us our first snow of the year.


Currently
Temp:49
Humidity:32%
Barometer:29.95

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Count down to winter

10. Days start getting shorter
9. Average temps start getting colder
8. First sub-60 high
7. Bull Elk Bugle
6. Leaves change
5. First frost
4. First snow
3. Lakes freeze over
2. First significant snow
1. First sub 0 temperature

2010/2011 winter numbers.
Consecutive days/snow on ground :
Coldest 2011/2012 Temp: -2* 11-7-11
Coldest windchill temp 2011/2012:
Total seasonal snow this year: 21
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post Oct 26 2011, 09:54 AM
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We recieved a small amount of snow yesterday only a skiff in areas but last night we dropped down to 7 degrees. finally some colder air has ivaded the area and now winter has shown its face.

Currently
Temp:13
barometer:30.05
Winds: light and variable


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Count down to winter

10. Days start getting shorter
9. Average temps start getting colder
8. First sub-60 high
7. Bull Elk Bugle
6. Leaves change
5. First frost
4. First snow
3. Lakes freeze over
2. First significant snow
1. First sub 0 temperature

2010/2011 winter numbers.
Consecutive days/snow on ground :
Coldest 2011/2012 Temp: -2* 11-7-11
Coldest windchill temp 2011/2012:
Total seasonal snow this year: 21
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post Nov 2 2011, 09:28 PM
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Yesterday we recieved a light dusting of snow. This morning I awoke to 2 degrees on the mercury. So winter is slowly gripping the area.

Currently
Temp:25
Humidity:76%
Barometer:30.17


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Count down to winter

10. Days start getting shorter
9. Average temps start getting colder
8. First sub-60 high
7. Bull Elk Bugle
6. Leaves change
5. First frost
4. First snow
3. Lakes freeze over
2. First significant snow
1. First sub 0 temperature

2010/2011 winter numbers.
Consecutive days/snow on ground :
Coldest 2011/2012 Temp: -2* 11-7-11
Coldest windchill temp 2011/2012:
Total seasonal snow this year: 21
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post Nov 2 2011, 09:56 PM
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QUOTE(off the grid @ Nov 2 2011, 10:28 PM) *
Yesterday we recieved a light dusting of snow. This morning I awoke to 2 degrees on the mercury. So winter is slowly gripping the area.

Brrrrrrr, I like the sounds of this....now share the wealth and send some my way please smile.gif
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post Nov 5 2011, 09:01 AM
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Last night we recieved about an inch of snow. the area is now has a white covering. The lakes are now frozen and it is now a winter gripped area. As is normal, sometime around May we should see some thawing and a few birds may return. But until that time cold and snow will prevail throughout the Greater Yellowstone region.


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Count down to winter

10. Days start getting shorter
9. Average temps start getting colder
8. First sub-60 high
7. Bull Elk Bugle
6. Leaves change
5. First frost
4. First snow
3. Lakes freeze over
2. First significant snow
1. First sub 0 temperature

2010/2011 winter numbers.
Consecutive days/snow on ground :
Coldest 2011/2012 Temp: -2* 11-7-11
Coldest windchill temp 2011/2012:
Total seasonal snow this year: 21
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post Nov 7 2011, 09:30 AM
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This morning i woke up and it was -2 the forecast was a bit warmer but raditional cooling created perfect conditions to become sub zero. Todays actual high is 23. The record low for todays date is -11. Most days the record low is in the -20's and some -30's.

Currently
Temp:-2
Humidity:62%


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Count down to winter

10. Days start getting shorter
9. Average temps start getting colder
8. First sub-60 high
7. Bull Elk Bugle
6. Leaves change
5. First frost
4. First snow
3. Lakes freeze over
2. First significant snow
1. First sub 0 temperature

2010/2011 winter numbers.
Consecutive days/snow on ground :
Coldest 2011/2012 Temp: -2* 11-7-11
Coldest windchill temp 2011/2012:
Total seasonal snow this year: 21
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post Nov 12 2011, 07:33 PM
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Last night a quick snow band passed and dropped 2 inches of the white stuff. Winds have been around 10-15mph all day long as the systems continue to come through.
Tonight we are expected to see a few more showers but nothing is expected to be accumulative.

Currently
Temp:28
Humidity:65%
Winds:10-15


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Count down to winter

10. Days start getting shorter
9. Average temps start getting colder
8. First sub-60 high
7. Bull Elk Bugle
6. Leaves change
5. First frost
4. First snow
3. Lakes freeze over
2. First significant snow
1. First sub 0 temperature

2010/2011 winter numbers.
Consecutive days/snow on ground :
Coldest 2011/2012 Temp: -2* 11-7-11
Coldest windchill temp 2011/2012:
Total seasonal snow this year: 21
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post Nov 15 2011, 09:20 AM
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Another band of snow came through the area yesterday and dropped 4in of snow on the area. Snow fell at a rate of about an inch an hour.Winds have been steady and windchill values as low as -10 have been forecast.

Currently
Temp:16
Winds:12
Humidity:84%


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Count down to winter

10. Days start getting shorter
9. Average temps start getting colder
8. First sub-60 high
7. Bull Elk Bugle
6. Leaves change
5. First frost
4. First snow
3. Lakes freeze over
2. First significant snow
1. First sub 0 temperature

2010/2011 winter numbers.
Consecutive days/snow on ground :
Coldest 2011/2012 Temp: -2* 11-7-11
Coldest windchill temp 2011/2012:
Total seasonal snow this year: 21
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post Nov 15 2011, 02:34 PM
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QUOTE(off the grid @ Nov 15 2011, 09:20 AM) *
Another band of snow came through the area yesterday and dropped 4in of snow on the area. Snow fell at a rate of about an inch an hour.Winds have been steady and windchill values as low as -10 have been forecast.

Currently
Temp:16
Winds:12
Humidity:84%


Very Nice...Enjoy it... Any pics? Im sure Montanians know how to deal with a few inches of snow unlike some here in the East. lol. :-)

My tenant is from Missoula. How far are you from there?


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Snow Totals Per Season:

2007-08: 21"
2008-09: 41"
2009-10: 39.5"
2010-11: 71.5"
2011-12: 14"
2012-13: 46.5"
2013-14: 56.75"

Average(BDR since 1950) = 27.75"
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post Nov 16 2011, 07:58 AM
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Hey there pal have a few quick questions for ya, I know you have answered this question before however I just can not remember what the answer was that you provided.

(1) What is your "Elevation"

(2) Are you actually located in "Millcrick"?
Reason I ask is because when I enter that spelling into a glossary, it comes back as an unknown location and tells me to check the spelling huh.gif

Do you have a mailing "Zipcode" that I can punch in, or do you operate out of a PO box?

Thank You smile.gif
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post Nov 17 2011, 09:39 AM
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QUOTE(Fire/Rescue @ Nov 16 2011, 08:58 AM) *
Hey there pal have a few quick questions for ya, I know you have answered this question before however I just can not remember what the answer was that you provided.

(1) What is your "Elevation"

(2) Are you actually located in "Millcrick"?
Reason I ask is because when I enter that spelling into a glossary, it comes back as an unknown location and tells me to check the spelling huh.gif

Do you have a mailing "Zipcode" that I can punch in, or do you operate out of a PO box?

Thank You smile.gif

I am 100 miles to the South East of Missoula.

Well I do live in millcrick...With that said its not a town or anything, It's a creek. So not surprising you cant find anything. The zipcode would be 59711. That is for Anaconda I live about 5 miles to the south and am about 7,000ft. I will get photos up as soon as i can get out after this next storm.
Which according to some weather sites we may receive anywhere from 2-16" of snow.

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Count down to winter

10. Days start getting shorter
9. Average temps start getting colder
8. First sub-60 high
7. Bull Elk Bugle
6. Leaves change
5. First frost
4. First snow
3. Lakes freeze over
2. First significant snow
1. First sub 0 temperature

2010/2011 winter numbers.
Consecutive days/snow on ground :
Coldest 2011/2012 Temp: -2* 11-7-11
Coldest windchill temp 2011/2012:
Total seasonal snow this year: 21
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post Nov 17 2011, 10:31 AM
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QUOTE(off the grid @ Nov 17 2011, 09:39 AM) *
I am 100 miles to the South East of Missoula.

Well I do live in millcrick...With that said its not a town or anything, It's a creek. So not surprising you cant find anything. The zipcode would be 59711. That is for Anaconda I live about 5 miles to the south and am about 7,000ft. I will get photos up as soon as i can get out after this next storm.
Which according to some weather sites we may receive anywhere from 2-16" of snow.

Thanks for the information Pal smile.gif
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post Nov 28 2011, 10:30 PM
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The winter has turned into an indian summer here in the Northern rockies. Our highs have been up towards the 40's with light winds and no precip...That is all about to change, I hope. A strong system will start moving into the area Tuesday night with the chance of up to a foot or two of fresh snow to blanket the area. Cold air will then infiltrate the area probably sub zero if history is any indication.


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Count down to winter

10. Days start getting shorter
9. Average temps start getting colder
8. First sub-60 high
7. Bull Elk Bugle
6. Leaves change
5. First frost
4. First snow
3. Lakes freeze over
2. First significant snow
1. First sub 0 temperature

2010/2011 winter numbers.
Consecutive days/snow on ground :
Coldest 2011/2012 Temp: -2* 11-7-11
Coldest windchill temp 2011/2012:
Total seasonal snow this year: 21
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post Dec 13 2011, 10:07 PM
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Hey buddy, ur Montana weather but be really bummin so far as you are not doing much in the way of posting here as of late?
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post Dec 15 2011, 03:19 PM
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QUOTE(Fire/Rescue @ Dec 13 2011, 10:07 PM) *
Hey buddy, ur Montana weather but be really bummin so far as you are not doing much in the way of posting here as of late?



It could be that, but I am pretty sure he also has to generate his own electricity out there so he is not always able to post, hence "off the grid"


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post Dec 17 2011, 02:47 PM
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Hey everyone. Sorry it has been so long since my last post the weather really is poor almost every day is 35degrees and no wind. Even with solar panels we only generate enough power to run the refrigerator and lights when needed. We got a skiff of snow a few days ago but nothing worth mentioning. If this weather pattern continues this will be the first snowless winter as far back as i can recall. As many of you know this time of year we usually have 3-4ft of snow wind howling winds accompanied by subzero temps everymorning. We only have about 6in of snow cover now with very mild temps. With such a mild winter one would expect the wild game populations to increase. This hunting season harvest reports dropped 25-30% compared to previous 5 yrs which all were below average. the wolves have lowered in elevation following food. So now all animals are concentrated in the valley.

Currently
Temps: 37
Humidity:34%
Barometer:30.13
Winds: light and variable


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Count down to winter

10. Days start getting shorter
9. Average temps start getting colder
8. First sub-60 high
7. Bull Elk Bugle
6. Leaves change
5. First frost
4. First snow
3. Lakes freeze over
2. First significant snow
1. First sub 0 temperature

2010/2011 winter numbers.
Consecutive days/snow on ground :
Coldest 2011/2012 Temp: -2* 11-7-11
Coldest windchill temp 2011/2012:
Total seasonal snow this year: 21
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post Jan 14 2012, 10:26 AM
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Well the weather decided to show some interest in the area the last few days finally. We received about 2 inches of snow over night a few days ago then dropped to around -4 that morning. Winter is still very mild this year. We are yet to drop below zero into -double digits and we have only received less than a foot of snow as of now. The mountains are bare compared to previous years which has everyone in the area worried about fires come October and September.

Currently
Temp:32
Humidity:32%
Winds: light and variable


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Count down to winter

10. Days start getting shorter
9. Average temps start getting colder
8. First sub-60 high
7. Bull Elk Bugle
6. Leaves change
5. First frost
4. First snow
3. Lakes freeze over
2. First significant snow
1. First sub 0 temperature

2010/2011 winter numbers.
Consecutive days/snow on ground :
Coldest 2011/2012 Temp: -2* 11-7-11
Coldest windchill temp 2011/2012:
Total seasonal snow this year: 21
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