Great Falls Montana Weather
We started very early when a record-breaking storm swept through the area on the last weekend in September. The storm left more than 1.5 inches of rain in some areas, including Browning and Heart Butte, as well as several communities east of it.
In the 2019 calendar year, Great Falls has received 119.3 inches of snow so far, more than double the previous record of 29.1 inches set in 1989. Over the past two weeks, we have received 60.4 inches of snow in the last three days, breaking the previous record for the month of October, set in 1985. We have also recorded a meteorological autumn that lasted from 1 September to 1 December.
The clearest part of the year in Great Falls began on June 15 and lasted 3.7 months, ending on October 4. If one day is wet, the wet season lasted 2.2 months from June to October and the dry season from October to December.
Daylight saving time (Daylight Savings Time) was observed from spring (14 March) and lasted 7.8 months until it ended in autumn (7 November). The typical sunrise time is 8 a.m. and the sunset falls after sunset, and the typical sunset time in Great Falls is 6: 30 a.m.
Different types of precipitation were observed throughout the day without leaving any traces, and rain and snow fell on the same day. The Universal Time Code (UTC) is based on an average of temperature, precipitation, wind speed and direction, and day and night time. Independent values are calculated from the perceived temperature and actual temperature for each day in Great Falls. Note that the data provided in the Start Time Forecast page is the start date, not the start date or start time for the weather of that day.
The average annual snowfall in Great Falls is 63.5 inches, and there have been 55 inches of snow since September 25. Most of the rain fell in 31 days, in mid-June, with an average of 1.2 inches per day. Since the start of the year, 113.9 centimetres of snow has fallen, according to the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSDC).
According to the National Weather Service, 24.1 inches of snow fell in Great Falls in November, a November record set last year when Great Falls totaled 23.9 inches, the second highest on record. The total for today, Friday 29 November, is 116.5 inches, meaning that if officially recorded there will be a new annual snowfall record in the UK.
Due to the increasing degree days alone, the first spring blooms will appear in Great Falls in late March or early April, In early May. If you are looking for dry weather, March, January and August are the hottest months for large waterfalls in terms of temperature and snowfall. However, if you are looking for a very warm time to visit the Great Falls, then the hot months are July, August and June.
The hottest day of the year is July 27, with an average high of 86 degrees F and a low of 57 degrees F, but temperatures rarely drop below 53.5 degrees at night. The warmest time of year is usually mid-July, where the peak is regularly 89.7 degrees. Based on these values, the best time to visit the Great Falls in terms of temperature and snowfall in the summer months is from early July to mid-August. Based on these results, the ideal time to visit Great Falls is mid-July or mid-August, with an average peak of 89 degrees F or higher and lower lows of 56.8 degrees F. The hottest days this year are usually in late July and early August, with the worst in June and July.
Based on these tourist values, the best time to visit the Great Falls in terms of temperature and snowfall in the summer months is from early July to mid-August. According to the tourism forecast, the ideal time to visit the Great Falls is in July and mid-August, in early July or mid-August, with an average maximum of 89 degrees F or higher and lower lows of 56.8 degrees.
F (4.4 degrees), which feels cool given the humidity and wind, but given the humidity, the temperature feels colder during this half of the year. Daily highs range from 77 to 4 degrees, with an average high of 89 degrees or higher and lows of 56.8 degrees.
The snowfall figures are from the National Weather Service and do not reflect the actual amount of snow falling in a part of the community. The average length of stay above or below the 31-day liquid equivalent amount that flows in varies significantly from year to year, with the average length of stay in the Great Falls area from January to March and in the Great Fells 31 days from April to May.