Storm on the Judith Range

Storm on the Judith Range

Where the green northern Great Plains meets the farthest outposts of the Rockies, thunderstorms fire often in the late spring and summer, rolling across the vast Montana landscape, spitting fire and ice in the form of lightning and hail.  This booming spectacle swept eastward out of the Judith Gap area, across Lewistown and the gold- and silver-laced mineral veins of the Judith Range, spinning into a supercell that ultimately would penetrate western North Dakota, over 200 miles away.

14 N Grass Range MT (9 Jun 16) Looking WSW
47.2225, -108.8007

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