Posted: Sep 10, 2013 7:21 AM by Mike Rawlings - MTN Meteorologist
Updated: Sep 10, 2013 7:21 AM
GREAT FALLS - Severe thunderstorms are a common occurrence during the summer months in Montana, but they don't often produce funnel clouds or tornadoes.
On Sunday, a strong upper level low moved right over the Treasure State and produced numerous showers and thunderstorms.
Low level rotation was observed on Doppler radar in a storm that moved over Judith Basin and Fergus County and some MTN viewers captured several images of funnel clouds.
No tornadoes were reported with this storm.
Photos: Bruce Evans - Geyser