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Bitter cold can be tough to take, but as that often means high pressure – and clear skies – this kind of weather can be a photographer’s dream.

Time Lapse Tuesday: South Dakota night sky with Randy Halverson

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    Suzanne Leonard
    Weather Broadcaster

    Tuesday, February 11, 2014, 1:18 PM -

    The badlands and sweeping Prairie landscapes: You’ll find these in Alberta, and south of the border in South Dakota. 

    They create the perfect “stage” for storm clouds to roll across and the northern lights to dance upon. 

    This photographer’s most favourite season is fall – because there are no bugs, something Canadians can relate to. 

    But when winter temperatures dropped below -30°C it was an especially good time for stars - and the aurora borealis gave him his most memorable session.

    Quite a show in the sky, as today's time lapse travels to South Dakota and Wisconsin with photographer Randy Halverson.

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