We live in Montana, so one of the things you can be sure of is that it will snow. Every year looks a little different when it comes to winter, how cold we may get, and how much snow we'll end up with. But we all know that snow is coming - at some point.

Once we end up with snow, we all get out our shovels, gloves, snowblowers, and snowplows. We brave the elements and head outside to begin clearing the snow. Even though we haven't had significant snow accumulation this week and the snow is beginning to melt off, many things are still buried beneath a blanket of white.

Grab your shovel and after you clear your driveway and sidewalks of snow, don't forget some of these essential things that need uncovering too.

Don't Just Shovel Your Sidewalk; Uncover These Things Too

Currently, Gallatin County is 103% to the normal yearly average, according to the United States Department of Agriculture. Last year in February, the Bozeman area received a record 29.7 inches of snow.

More snow is surely on the way and it will aid the local ski conditions at Big Sky Ski Resort and Bridger Bowl. If you are planning on hitting the slopes be sure to check the latest conditions here.

 

Fun Winter Activities

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