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GREAT FALLS EYECAM

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The U.S. Bank Eyecam is situated on a tower high atop one of the tallest buildings in downtown Great Falls, which is located in the 300 block of Central Avenue. The Eyecam is able to rotate almost a full 360 degrees so we can give our viewers at home and on the web a look at current conditions in the Great Falls area.

The image updates every 30 seconds and the camera will move to different positions throughout the day as our STORMTracker Weather Team keeps an eye on the conditions. So whether you are in your office or at home, you can have the best view in the city thanks to the KRTV-U.S. Bank Eyecam!

 

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  • Brief cool down Monday then warming right back up again Tuesday

    Brief cool down Monday then warming right back up again Tuesday

    Sunday, April 22 2018 6:58 PM EDT2018-04-22 22:58:24 GMT

    We'll see a slight dip in temperatures on Monday with a shower possible. Then drying and warming back up to above average Tuesday through end of week. Flood concerns on rivers but will start to move into a falling trend the next few days.

    We'll see a slight dip in temperatures on Monday with a shower possible. Then drying and warming back up to above average Tuesday through end of week. Flood concerns on rivers but will start to move into a falling trend the next few days.

  • Enjoy it while it lasts

    Enjoy it while it lasts

    Thursday, April 19 2018 4:27 PM EDT2018-04-19 20:27:25 GMT

    Temperatures just above seasonal averages are expected to continue into this weekend. 

    Temperatures just above seasonal averages are expected to continue into this weekend. 

  • Flood Alerts remain in effect

    Flood Alerts remain in effect

    Thursday, April 19 2018 11:30 AM EDT2018-04-19 15:30:46 GMT

    The Milk River near Harlem is expected to gradually rise to 25 feet through early next week.

    The Milk River near Harlem is expected to gradually rise to 25 feet through early next week.

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