Ice Storm/Blizzard

   It began raining in Fargo around mid-afternoon, Sunday, November 28th. It kept raining until early Monday morning when the precipitation changed to sleet. It sleeted most of Monday before changing to snow around 4 PM. Most of Monday and Monday night, the wind was around 30-40 mph with gusts even higher.  (Precise measurements were…
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SIX PIX FOR 11/20/05

SIX PIX FOR 11/20/05From: Hazel Houkomtaken November 1st, 2005 Hazel found this beautiful, (and quite tall) Easter Lily in her yard this fall. The lily itself measured in at a height of 51"! (that’s 4 feet 3 inches tall!) Good thing she didn’t have an entire group of them growing – as I imagine it…
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Snow Cover

One of the things I love to do the day after a snowfall, which works best in the autumn when snow cover comes and goes, is to look at a visible satellite image the day after a snow event and see the storm path. (OK, that’s why I work in weather I guess, I’m weird…
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First Fargo Snow

   It was a lot more wind than snow… but Fargo’s first snowfall of the 2005-2006 winter season has finally arrived.  I’ve heard so many comments lately about how the snow has arrived soooooo late this year.  That’s not really a good assessment.    It’s November 15th and that’s pretty average for a first snow.…
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Six Pix For 11/13/05

SIX PIX FOR 11/13/05From: Jay ManleyFargo, N.D. What a great, once in a lifetime opportunity this must’ve been for Jay Manley as it hardly EVER snows in Death Valley. In fact, Death Valley will typically get measurable snow once in every 10 years. Jay had a great story to go along with this picture as…
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