Headwaters Search for Sunday Morning

IMG_0248.JPG(Gallatin County, Mont.)  Search efforts today include 3 boats and associated personnel.  Searchers continue to search high probability areas using underwater cameras and sonar.  Weather is overcast, windy and raining which significantly hampers the search effort.  Stream flows in the Gallatin and Jefferson Rivers have increased significantly over the last week with a corresponding decrease in visibility.

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WIDESPREAD RAIN AND SNOW WILL DEVELOP AROUND 2AM SUNDAY MORNING
AND THEN CONTINUE UNTIL MID AFTERNOON SUNDAY. PRECIPITATION
AMOUNTS FROM 0.15 TO 0.30 ARE POSSIBLE BY SUNDAY AFTERNOON. SNOW
ACCUMULATIONS AROUND AN INCH ARE POSSIBLE ON SUNDAY MORNING.
CONDITIONS BEGIN TO IMPROVE AFTER 3 PM SUNDAY. EXPECT A MOSTLY DRY
AND MILD DAY ON MONDAY. IT WILL CONTINUE TO BE DRY AND WARM FOR
BOTH TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY.

.SUNDAY…

SKY/WEATHER………CLOUDY. SNOW AND RAIN IN THE MORNING
TURNING TO RAIN SHOWERS IN THE AFTERNOON.
CHANCE OF RAIN/SNOW.90 PERCENT.
MAX TEMPERATURE…..45-50.
WIND (20 FT)……..NORTHEAST WINDS AROUND 10 MPH.

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