Every Spring in Bozeman I look for that week (hopefully not TOO early) that Mother Nature is calling for quite a bit of rain...and the next several days look GREAT to lay down some grass seed and fill in any patches. Lazy lawn care, if you will.
It hard to believe that after getting almost a foot of snow is the higher elevations on Monday night that there is indeed a Fire Weather Watch in effect for most of South Central Montana including Bozeman and Gallatin Country through Saturday night. Here's why:
As we've now officially hit Spring in Bozeman, that means one thing....runoff. Flooding can become a big concern in our area so HERE you can get all the info you need. This website will give you real time data on our river flows.
Ever wonder how the leap year was established and exactly what would happen if we didn't have one every 4 years? Basically, the leap year shift keeps the calender in line with our seasons. USA Today published an interesting article about why we have a leap year, with a brief history of the bonus day.
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