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Montana Snowpack Peaks, Snowmelt is in Full Swing

After a couple of months of above-normal precipitation across most of Montana, active weather largely slowed down in April. "In typical Montana fashion, last month's weather consisted of a combination of sunny days, winter weather, and rain," said Eric Larson, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) Water Supply Specialist. The most notable storm occurred around April 18-22 and delivered 20 to 30 inches of dense snow to upper elevations in the northern Swan Mountains, central Montana, and part of southwest Montana. "Overall, sunny days outweighed that storm last month and precipitat...


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