The wind has been far more brutal than the meager snowfall thus far in the Gallatin Valley. There is still a chance for a couple of inches to fall and the temperatures to be very cold tonight. Details here:
Growing up in California and then moving to Montana as a teenager, I've lived in two of the most seismically active places on earth. Earthquakes fascinate me so I have alerts sent to my phone whenever a significant one occurs around the world, and you can too.
Craig Dugas captured this incredibly beautiful footage of storm clouds rolling into the Gallatin Valley on September 30th, 2013. Then, he compressed his footage into just 30 seconds of weather action. Thanks, Craig!
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