Field Notes from the Montana Natural History Center   /   Western Montana's Winter Inversions Explained

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Description

Since my recent move to Missoula from the sunny state of Florida, I had experienced many unfamiliar weather conditions. Montana residents might be well accustomed to snow, black ice, negative temperatures, and the season known as winter, but these were still novelties to me.

Summary

Since my recent move to Missoula from the sunny state of Florida, I had experienced many unfamiliar weather conditions. Montana residents might be well accustomed to snow, black ice, negative temperatures, and the season known as winter, but these were

Subtitle
Since my recent move to Missoula from the sunny state of Florida, I had experienced many unfamiliar weather conditions. Montana residents might be well accustomed to snow, black ice, negative temperatures, and the season known as winter, but these were
Duration
281
Publishing date
2018-12-10 09:24
Link
https://www.mtpr.org/post/western-montanas-winter-inversions-explained
Contributors
Ondi Crino author  
Enclosures
FN-Temperature-Inversions-11-08-16.mp3