Winter intruded into Montana on the day before summer as nowfall was reported in the Bozeman area Thursday, the last day of spring. Watch the video to see this crazy Montana weather:
Meanwhile, Spring snow hit Okanagan Connector for second day on June 20, 2019.
For the second day in a row, late spring snow has hit the Okanagan Connector between Aspen Grove and Brenda Mines. Shortly after 3 p.m. Thursday, Environment Canada posted to Twitter saying there was a “cool airmass” bringing snow to the area. “Showers/flurries will end this evening,” the tweet added.
The cool airmass brings snow once again to the Okanagan Connector #BCHwy97C June 20, 2019. Showers/flurries will end this evening with the snow level near 1600m. #BCStorm @DriveBC @DriveBC_TOK pic.twitter.com/9o1EjJPT9D— ECCC Weather British Columbia (@ECCCWeatherBC) June 20, 2019
On Wednesday, Environment Canada issued a special weather statement for the area saying there was “unseasonable snowfall.”
Heads up! It's SNOWING on the Okanagan Connector between Aspen Grove and Brenda Mines. Low freezing levels + unstable airmass = thundersnow! Threat continues through this morning. #BCHwy97C #DriveBC #BCstorm pic.twitter.com/x4186MEVAW— ECCC Weather British Columbia (@ECCCWeatherBC) June 19, 2019
The special weather statement ended that afternoon and another has not been issued since.
Snow in June… That’s pretty crazy for Montana and BC!