Colleen Ingersoll was presented with a 30 year Length of Service Award from the National Weather Service in Great Falls for taking and reporting daily maximum and minimum temperatures, precipitation, snowfall and snow depth. The weather data from Colleen’s site located near Rogers Pass, MT, is part of the official National Climate COOP network of about 8,500 volunteer weather observers. Weather data from this site goes back to 1964. Courtesy photo.
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