Weather.

Tracker

Active Member
#31
My lawn is 2 ft under white stuff. Weather man was wrong today. He said sunshine and cold, I see clouds and flakes but he got the cold right.

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Old Man

Just an Old Man
#32
I've decided to not pay attention to what the weatherman says anymore. They said that it was supposed to be in the 40's this week. It was minus 2 here this morning. But the sun is shining. And with the sun shining on the snow it is starting to melt. One can only hope the weather is going to get better.
 

Kyle Smith

DBA BozoKlown406
#34
The roads finally got plowed here. There are several ski tracks up on Mt. Sentinel. Apparently it's pretty tough getting there, you have to hike in from Pattee Canyon or go straight up the mountain. What a beautiful valley, at least when the sun shines.
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Old Man

Just an Old Man
#37
Our first 70 degree day last year happened on April 27th. The forecast for Saturday, March 1st if for snow and a high of minus 7. A low near minus 20.

Trapper
Boy, I'm sure glad I don't live in Helena. Here is Dillon the weather is just a little nicer. I don't even look at the weather page anymore. It's wrong 95% of the time.
 

GAT

Dumbfounded
#39
Wow, that's amazing. But, maybe that's why so many folks want to live in Oregon.

Trapper
Around here is only this part of Oregon that has such mild weather. Once you cross the Cascades to the east, it's a completely different story... same as it is in Washington State.

However, I can see why the Oregon Trail ended at Oregon City and why the settlers preferred the Willamette Valley over the remainder of the state.
 
#40
I was in Grants Pass, OR last week, over 6" of rain in 24 hrs.
Three solid days of rain, the rivers looked like chocolate milk.
I heard the fishing was great two days after I left.
 

Trapper

Author, Writer, Photographer
#42
Boy, I'm sure glad I don't live in Helena.
I don't mind Helena. My wife still works and we live outside of town so we don't have to deal with a lot of city things. It's nice to be fairly close to CostCo etc and a couple of great micro-breweries. Plus, I'm close to the Blue Ribbon section of the Missouri and a 45 minute drive and I'm on the upper Blackfoot.

We both have 4-wheel drive vehicles, so getting around isn't that big of a deal.

I do like the Dillon area though.

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Trapper

Author, Writer, Photographer
#44
While the folks in the Willamette Valley are mowing their lawns with Gene cussing them out, I'll be plowing snow.

The Helena forecast for this Saturday:



Oh, and 8-12" of snow



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GAT

Dumbfounded
#45
Too cold for me! I think I prefer yelling at the idiot neighbors for mowing their lawns than dealing with those temps!