At the risk of immodesty, I’d like to state on behalf of humanity that we’re a darned clever species! Now that that’s out of the way, I’d like to go on to say how interesting it is that nature likes to kick our legs out from under us every time we get too haughty. One day I was introduced to the magic of asking a tablet questions and having artificial intelligence answer back. But A.I. can only be as knowledgeable as mankind is, and I’ve yet to see consistent accuracy in our weather reports.
Good tips from Nationwide.
About the one about being careful when driving during deer season: The season has nothing to do with it when you're driving in Montana. Twelve months out of the year the furshlugginer deer will jump out in front of you. Ditto the moose. The elk and bighorn sheep are a bit more discreet.