The bison are on their way.
They’re getting close to the Columbia River.
And they’re going to bring the snow.
They won’t stop until they get to the Pacific Ocean.
This is a big winter, and for many people, winter is coming, and snow is the way to go.
But in some places, like Montana, you may want to skip the cold and get ready for a cold-weather storm.
The bighorn sheep will be coming in, and their presence will help to keep the cold out of the West, which means you can expect to see some snowfall, including from areas like Montana and Idaho.
There will be some heavy snow in the West but mostly, the bighorns are headed north.
But don’t be surprised if there is a little bit of a thaw.
Montana is a very mountainous state, and the snowpack there is so low that you can only expect a couple inches of snow per season.
For many, that’s enough to cover the ground, but there is the risk of the snow accumulating in rivers and streams.
For example, in the Yellowstone River, the water table is about 1,000 feet below the current level.
If the water level falls to a lower level, that could lead to an even bigger problem.
That’s why Montana is so important to winter planners.
You need a lot of water for the bison, and a lot to build up the snow for the snowmelt.
The snow will likely be less than 1 percent of what you might expect in the Rockies and the West.
The biggest difference will be in the amount of snowfall you see.
Some places in Montana will get up to 5 inches of rain, while some places could get up, like Idaho.
The Montana snowpack is low and dry, so there will be plenty of snow.
But the bisons will be the big attraction in the winter.
They are going to help the snow melt away, and they will provide much needed food for the deer and elk.
And with snow, it’s easier to feed the deer, which helps reduce their stress levels.