North Fork weather
Anyone who has lived on the North Fork knows that the weather changes a great deal depending on where you are on the road. If you type in 59928 on the weather site, then you end up with Polebridge weather only. NOAA to the rescue. The links below take you to that part of the road of interest to you. Now you can better calculate where you’re probably going to need to chain up.
This is also a very cool NOAA page that gives detailed weather for 48 hours in graph from. For more information about our local weather, check it out over on the right.
Travel on the lower road or go through the park? How far up has the snow plow or grader gotten? Has everyone heard about the snow slide on the lower road? Questions we’ve all asked at one time or another. Check here for any information we might have heard about the North Fork road. Send information if you have up-to-the-minute information. We’ll get it posted for everyone else.
Here is some good advice from Dawn Olson Jacobson… Northfork road traffic is crazy right now but watch for big semi’s going fast on wrong side of road on corners.. make sure you are completely to your right.. scary !!
If anyone has any more up-to-the-minute information, please let us know.
You might also be interested in the North Fork Flathead Road Corridor Study’s final report.
Glacier Park Roads
Posted July 24
Currently all of the Going-to-the-Sun Road is open for travel.
The Inside North Fork Road is currently closed at Logging Creek RS and Fish Creek. NOTE: The road is open from Fish Creek to Camas Creek.
Posted July 24
The Moon reaches last quarter at 8:18 p.m. CDT. It lines up at a right angle to the line between Earth and Sun, so sunlight illuminates exactly half of the lunar hemisphere that faces our way.
Aurora watch: The current alert level for aurora’s is Moderate (3 out of 10). Check out this site from the Geophysical Institute that gives frequent updates to the predictions for North America.
Got burnpile? Who doesn’t
Debris Burning Season is Closed as of July 1. Open burning will resume October 1 as conditions allow. For more information see www.firesafekalispell.com. If you need additional information please call our office at 751-8130. The burn hotline at 751-8144
Burning manmade material is prohibited at all times. For more information, see the county’s burning restrictions website.