Hibernation Weather?

Unless you live in a cave, you’re likely well aware that, although it’s only early autumn, Old Man Winter has already reared his ugly head for the first time here in the Red River Valley. If the last sentence doesn’t apply and you do live in a cave, you’re hereby excused from reading any further;…
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Snow Is On Its Way

By now most of us have heard of the snow storm heading our way by late this evening. Our first snow storm of the this fall/winter season. Most welcome the precipitation that has been so desperately needed in our area, while others dread the coming storm just because of the four letter word associated with…
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Rainy Days Ahead With A Chance Of Snow?

It seems the warm days of summer have come to end. Fall seems here to stay with winter right behind. Today will mark our last day of 70 degree temperatures, however the 40 mph wind gusts make it a bit harder to enjoy. The winds should die down as the evening progresses so if you’re…
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What Is A “Derecho”?

The internet is a big part of almost everyone’s lives nowadays and that includes social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. The inspiration for this post comes from my personal Facebook page, where my mother has made it a habit to post anything somewhat weather related to my timeline. On July 27th, she posted a…
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September Climatological Overview

The last day of September is a good day to reflect the climate of the past month and to anticipate on what Mother Nature has in store for us. September has been warm this year. We tied a record temperature of 85F yesterday here at the Grand Forks International Airport at 3:33 pm. The previous…
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