It's always fun when you're scrolling through the news and you see stuff like this. It's word that scientists are now saying that Mount St. Helens is "recharging". That sound kinda dangerous when it comes to volcanoes, but what does it really mean?
For whatever reason, I became curious about exactly how dangerous the volcanoes are that are somewhat close to Idaho. I learned several things that made me sorry that I ever researched this stuff in the first place.
I must admit that I laughed out loud when I first saw this. But, not in a "wow, that's really funny" kind-of-way. It was more of a "doesn't that just figure" kind of laugh. There's a report that spring weather will be arriving early for much of the country, except (you guessed it) Idaho.
We share earthquakes with you all the time. Most are small quakes near Yellowstone, since that's more or less normal there. But, did you know that there have been a swarm of quakes north of Twin Falls over the last two weeks?