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Old Man Winter expected to settle in this year

 

Last updated 11/3/2020 at 12:09pm

Havre Daily News/Kimberly Bolta

The sun sets Monday evening after a record-setting high in Havre. Warm temperatures are expected through mid-week then colder temperatures and snow are expected to creep in with a preview of the winter. Forecasters say a La Niña winter is coming, with colder-than-average temperatures and above-averege levels of precipitation expected for north-central Montana through March.

Havre has seen record-tying warmth this week with more potentially to hit, but as October turned to November over the weekend, the metrological winter is now less than a month away, and the warm temperatures, they're not going to last.

Havre tied a record high set in 1903 Monday at 75 degrees, with near-record highs in the forecast for today and highs in the 60s through Thursday.

But that is expected to change over the weekend, and the long-range forecast is not expecting many record highs either.

All major forecasters - the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, The Weather Ch...



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