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Before and After Storms; Apgar Mountain

I’ve shared a number of views of Montana and elsewhere. I thought it might be sort of neat to share a few of the views, taken a few days to a  week apart, over the course of three weeks. Things can change in a short amount of time and the view changes with the weather.

The first group of images is from Apgar Mountain in Glacier National Park. The images are from park service webcams and were taken on December 27, January 1, and January 7. 

It should be said that we had snow on the ground on Christmas day right here in the valley, due to a small snowstorm that went through. Apgar Mountain is about 2,000 feet higher than our valley floor and about 70 miles to our east.


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Written by Rex Trulove

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