One of our favorite things to do in Montana is to talk about the weather. The reasons are simple - like an opinion, everyone's got weather. Plus, the weather in Montana is pretty subject to change, and a reasonably intrepid dresser might expect to be comfortable wearing a parka in the morning and shorts in the afternoon.
All of that having been said, this is one of the weirdest and coolest videos of Montana weather that we've seen in a long time.
Filmed 14 miles north of Bozeman, near Belgrade, the video shows a very low, very thick fog moving towards the camera at a remarkable speed. If you're from Montana, especially western Montana, you may have noticed a thick pea soup fog preceding that day's later snowfall. We're betting that a lot of the state didn't get to see it roll in as dramatically as this lady did.
And at the end, once the wall of squall has enveloped the property, the pragmatic lady sums it up: "just like that, it's time to go in."
They say the weather changes fast in Montana, but rarely does it change that fast. For those of us who suffered through all 90 seasons of Game of Thrones, all we've got to say is "winter is coming."