A light drizzle of rain falling into a dirty storm drain on South Reserve. It doesn't sound like something you'd typically stop to notice, but after a summer of terribly dry weather and an extra long fire season, it sure was a welcome sight.

Missoula set a record number of days without rain this summer so when the forecast called for rain on Thursday and Friday, we all were anxious to see it, feel it and smell it. And although it didn't exactly POUR, it sure did wonders for clearing out the smoke and cooling down temperatures.