The Northern Ag Network is proud to provide five weather programs, Monday through Friday, produced by well-known Montana Weathercaster Ed McIntosh. Listeners can hear Ed's reports five times daily on affiliated stations in Montana, Wyoming, and the Western Dakotas, and many have come to trust his forecasts to plan their daily routine.   More Weather...

Our five network weather programs are strategically scheduled at intervals to give the most complete picture of developing weather patterns, and to provide that critical information at the times when it is most usable by radio listeners. The first report of the day is fed to affiliated stations at 6:41AM, in time for the early morning news block, with one-minute updates at 8:41AM and 12:54PM offering a regional look at weather that provides the latest forecast from Northern Ag Net. The 11:41AM feed provides an in-depth midday update on current conditions. Finally, at 4:41PM an evening weather program is fed to stations for play in their evening drive slot as part of their daily local news and information wrap.

For detailed local conditions, local radar, local forecasts, drought index, soil temps and much more weather information visit our sister web site http://www.NorthernAg.Net

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Note: By clicking on today's tab you will get today's weather report, clicking on yesterday's tab will give you yesterday's report. If you click on a tab one or more days into the future you will get last weeks weather for those days.

Audio file download instructions: To download any of these audio files click this link. Once you are on the "News This Week" page you can right mouse click on the small audio icon () next to the day and time of the program you want to download and select "save target as"

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