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Still dry as summer turns to fall

 

Last updated 9/21/2021 at 11:17am

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Yellow leaves on Havre trees show the beginning of the fall season Monday. Forecasters predict the weather to remain warmer-than-normal and dry or average as far as precipitation through the next few weeks of autumn.

As if it hasn't been dry enough, don't expect that to change any time soon, even now that the first day of fall approaches.

According to the National Weather Service Great Falls, Havre and the Hi-Line, as well as almost all of Montana will see yet another warmer-than-average and drier-than-average trend over the next two weeks.

"We are definitely seeing high confidence of it being warmer and drier over the next one to two weeks," Forecaster Christian Cassell said at the NWS Great Falls on Monday. "Farther out, about four to five weeks ahead, conditions also look favorable for above-averag...



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