A couple of dry days prevented flash flooding in Valley County Monday night, even though Glasgow received .83 inches of rain.
The National Weather Service in Glasgow warned of thunderstorms and heavy rain for most of northeast Montana on Monday afternoon and flash flood warnings were issued Monday night. The Zortman Mine did get dumped on – 1.72 inches fell there.
The thunder was loud and the lightning was bright in Glasgow, but the creeks did not rise. The Milk River at Glasgow is down more than 10 feet from its highest stage of 27.8 feet on June 11.