From KRTV STORMTracker Weather: “Great Falls officially dropped down to -26F at 7:04 a.m. — breaking the old record low of -22F set back in 1980.” Here’s a look at current temps across the region.
One of the wackiest (and I mean that in a good sense) regular commenters on the KRTV Facebook page is Ryan. Ryan cracks me up.
He is also a good guy – he and some of his buddies spent time during last week’s snow storm driving around town, hopping out of their Jeep, and helping folks shovel their sidewalks and driveways.
And then he did this, just to brighten the day of an Air Force gal named Jill who is stationed overseas right now and posted on KRTV’s FB page: “I am deployed right now and could really use some fun pics of the snow…I LOVE it…Please be safe driving but have a blast building snowmen, snow angels and snowball fights…Enjoy it for me…”
Ryan saw that and took action:
Well done, Ryan. Thanks.
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Three shots of the deck – from about 1 pm on Thursday, to 10 pm Thursday, to Friday morning. Think we’re at about 14 inches in Great Falls so far.
My buddy Mike hard at work – tracking the big storm that’s headed toward Great Falls!
Mike is pretty much just awesome – and is as passionate about meteorology as I am about news.
Several inches of snow – maybe a foot? – and our first single-digit (or sub-zero!) temps of the season, and gusty winds.
And about that winter storm – details here, or click the pic below.