8.4” of #snow in #Missoula on Oct. 23 not only broke the daily record of 1.3”(2012), but ranks 2nd highest for all-time highest 24 hour total in the month of October since 1893 (highest is 10” from 10/05/1914) #mtwx pic.twitter.com/i2yxraR6Lg — NWS Missoula (@NWSMissoula) October 24, 2020 A number of snow and low-temperature records were broken this weekend in Missoula, […]
Public lands have come to be a more common topic of discussion in the last few years. The government’s intentions to make industrial use of those lands don’t fit well with many people’s desire to keep them as they are, free to explore and enjoy. Public lands are areas of land that are open to the public and managed by […]
Four snowmobilers are happy to be alive as they found themselves caught in an avalanche last Saturday, December 28th, in the Mission Mountains located just northeast of Missoula, MT.
According to Missoula County Sheriff Bob Parcell, 8″ of new snow accumulated 6 hours prior to the slide which happened at 1:20pm in the North Folk Bowl area.
There will be no charges filed against the Missoula snowboarder who triggered the February 28th slide that ran into a neighborhood. The avalanche occurred on Mount Jumbo, close to the Univeristy of Montana Missoula Campus. The avalanche destroyed the house of an elderly couple, burying them and two neighborhood children. All four were recovered alive but 68-year old Michel […]