A few weeks ago, a couple of my friends and I were hiking on the beautiful North Platte River.
A few miles north of the river, we came across a beautiful, snowy trail.
I looked at the ground and saw some snow on the trail.
What was going on?
Well, it was snowing on our trail and it was blowing down in the air, like it was coming down from the sky.
It was like we had just stepped into a massive, open-air blizzard.
I was just shocked.
Snow is so much more fun when it’s snowing and you’re surrounded by it.
What’s that snow?
I said to my friend, “That’s it!
You’ve just gotten a huge snow shower!”
As we headed back to our tents, I noticed a snow bank near the edge of the trail and I wondered, “What is that?”
We started to hike up the trail, but the snow was still falling and blowing in the wind.
We hiked for about five minutes and then it was over.
Why is that snow falling?
What are you talking about?
It was snow everywhere!
Wow, I thought.
That’s so awesome.
But as I walked back to my tent, I realized that I was right.
It wasn’t snowing, it’s just the wind that’s blowing snow from above.
It looked so good that day.
Here’s a snowstorm on the North Platthose.
It’s a real rare snowstorm!
This snowstorm is the North’s only snowstorm.
It happens once in every 100 years.
There’s a reason why the snow in this region is so beautiful: The wind is blowing the snow up.
How is that possible?
Because there are lots of snow banks.
The snowbanks are huge.
As you can see, this is how you can spot the snowbanks when the wind blows the snow from the North, from the South, and from the West.
This is how it looks when the snowbank hits the trail at high altitude.
The snowbank on the right is just outside the snow bank on the left.
In the summer, snowbanks occur when the air is blowing snow in a specific direction.
A snowbank is where the wind hits the ground at high altitudes.
The air on the ground gets blown over the snow, creating a windstorm.
If you can find the right wind, you can create a snow storm.
These snowstorms are also called “breathing snow.”
This one in Montana has been blowing for weeks!
I couldn’t believe it.
It really was a snow-making snowstorm, like a giant windstorm, blowing snow on our path.
When the wind is in a positive direction, the snow will fall over the ground like a snowflake.
And if you have a strong, clear sky, you won’t see the windstorm coming.
So what are the weather conditions like in the North?
In winter, there are no snowstorms.
Snow is so dense that the air doesn’t mix well.
So in winter, it is very cold, which is why there are always a lot of snow storms.
However, in summer, there is a very nice snowstorm in the summer.
Winter is not like summer because you get to spend more time outside.
Summer is much colder, so the air tends to mix and it’s much harder to see the snowfall as it does during winter.
Because of the colder air and the shorter daylight hours, it usually doesn’t get that much snow.
At the end of summer, the air cools down and the air starts mixing again.
The cold air gets a chance to mix with the snow and the snow gets a lot more of a chance of forming.
Some people will tell you that summer has a better chance of seeing a snowfall because it has a longer day and cooler air.
That’s true, but it also depends on what you look for in the weather.
For example, if the air was warm enough, you could see snow on a clear day and you wouldn’t see a lot.
But if you were in a warm-weather state, you would get a lot less snow.
If the air were very dry and there was no snow on any day, you wouldn, too.
You can see the difference in snowfall by going to the snowstorm calculator.
Are snowstorms really a good idea?
Snowstorms are great for the trails in the mountains.
They make for great scenery and make you feel like you’re in the middle of the action.
Many of the trails have some pretty challenging terrain, like the Big Horn, and the terrain is pretty difficult for people who are not experienced.