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Community Hospital of Anaconda - Weather Cam

Community Hospital of Anaconda Eyecam is located atop the KXLF Building located on Montana St. in Butte, MT. 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 Butte area.

The image updates every 30 seconds to make sure you always have an accurate picture of what is going on in the area. So whether you are in your office or at your home, you can have the best view in the city thanks to the KXLF-Community Hospital of Anaconda Eyecam!

The Community Hospital of Anaconda (CHA), located in historic Anaconda, Montana, has been serving the healthcare needs of Anaconda-Deer Lodge County (ADLC) and Southwest Montana since 1889. CHA has an extensive, talented medical community. This team of experienced medical providers offers specialized services in our own community, alleviating the practical challenges of traveling distances to receive quality medical care.

Community Hospital of Anaconda is recognized as a "Top 100 Critical Access Hospital in America" a "Baby Friendly Hospital" and a six-time recipient of the "Quality Achievement Award." CHA will continue to assess community needs and will expand services as needed to meet those needs.

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  • Cool & Windy Weather Pattern For Butte

    Cool & Windy Weather Pattern For Butte

    Thursday, June 22 2017 4:56 PM EDT2017-06-22 20:56:01 GMT
    Current weather pattern is cool and windy with High pressure over Northern California and Low pressure up north over Alberta. This is producing a NW flow aloft and temperatures have been trending downward over the last couple of days. This pattern will not change much in the short term so look for more of same into Friday. Over the weekend High pressure will begin to slowly lift northward into Montana and that should help temperatures to climb back up into the upper 70s and lower 80s...
    Current weather pattern is cool and windy with High pressure over Northern California and Low pressure up north over Alberta. This is producing a NW flow aloft and temperatures have been trending downward over the last couple of days. This pattern will not change much in the short term so look for more of same into Friday. Over the weekend High pressure will begin to slowly lift northward into Montana and that should help temperatures to climb back up into the upper 70s and lower 80s...
  • Why Is A Total Solar Eclipse So Rare?

    Why Is A Total Solar Eclipse So Rare?

    Thursday, June 22 2017 4:18 PM EDT2017-06-22 20:18:03 GMT

    We are about 2 months away from a rare total solar eclipse and for most of SW Montana it will be close to a total eclipse about 95% of the sun's rays will be blocked by the moon.

    We are about 2 months away from a rare total solar eclipse and for most of SW Montana it will be close to a total eclipse about 95% of the sun's rays will be blocked by the moon.

  • Drought Conditions Worsen Across Montana

    Drought Conditions Worsen Across Montana

    Thursday, June 22 2017 4:16 PM EDT2017-06-22 20:16:19 GMT
    Latest drought monitor update show drought conditions continue to worsen with the lack of moisture across NE Montana. Heavy rainfall impacted mostly western and SW Montana over a week ago but northern and eastern Montana did not see the beneficial rainfall. The last 30 to 60 days have been drier than normal in NE Montana during what should be the wettest time of the year in May and June. It may not sound like much but about 6.4% of NE Montana is already seeing "Extreme" dr...
    Latest drought monitor update show drought conditions continue to worsen with the lack of moisture across NE Montana. Heavy rainfall impacted mostly western and SW Montana over a week ago but northern and eastern Montana did not see the beneficial rainfall. The last 30 to 60 days have been drier than normal in NE Montana during what should be the wettest time of the year in May and June. It may not sound like much but about 6.4% of NE Montana is already seeing "Extreme" dr...
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