October 1st storm takes out power

September weather was warm but wet


October 3, 2019

Green tomatoes sit under a fresh blanket of snow.

If this year's weather has felt a little like we were living Seattle, Washington or Anchorage, Alaska instead of Eastern Montana, there's a good reason for that feeling: on September 28th, Broadus passed its all-time precipitation record for the year, with 21.58" of precitation. That's for January through December, which means we still have three months of precipitation to record.

The previous annual precipitation record came in 1923, with 21.38". Weather data for Broadus began in 1920, but the records for August 1925 through January 1937 are missing. It is doubtful that a record for preci...

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