In October 2019, Montana experienced the biggest snowstorm in its history.
The storm brought heavy snowfall and strong winds, causing widespread disruption across the state.
Many roads were closed, and power outages were reported in several areas.
The snowstorm also caused damage to buildings and infrastructure.
Some areas received up to 4 feet of snow, and temperatures dropped significantly.
The storm was caused by a combination of factors, including a cold front and moisture from the Pacific Ocean.
Despite the disruption, many Montanans enjoyed the snow and took advantage of the early skiing season.