Another Natural Phenomenon In North Dakota That Only Happens During Wintertime

Here at Only In Your State, we’ve previously covered some super interesting things that happen only in the winter, and this year, we’re back with another edition of “interesting and weird stuff that only happens during wintertime” in the Rough Rider State! Winter in North Dakota is usually no joke; it’s dark, cold – sometimes frigid, even – and it can get a little lonely at the coldest time of year when everyone prefers to stay indoors instead of going out and about. Well, you might want to consider going outside after dark (at like, what, 4 p.m.?) from time to time during the coldest, stillest nights – you might just catch a glimpse of a super unique natural phenomenon called light pillars. 

During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.

Show them to us in the comments, or by posting to our official Facebook page. Have you ever witnessed this intriguing optical event? What did you think of it? Tell us all about it in the comments, too!